The Voice of the Tyrone Area High School

Senior Noah Irvin

May 10, 2019

Senior Noah Irvin has been a scout since the second grade.

Over the past 10 years, and he considers joining Order of the Arrow his biggest accomplishment.

“I joined the Order of the Arrow which is an honors society in scouting,” said Irvin.

Irvin chose to repaint the exterior of the Northwood Baptist Chapel’s Activity Center’s exterior for his Eagle Scout project.

Irvin chose this project because of the family history the church has. His grandmother and father both have ties with this church.

“Because it is a small church that my gram has been part of for a long time, my dad was raised in that church, and the building really needed it,” said Irvin.

Irvin has made many memories over the years, but his favorite memory was the year he earned something very special.

“Honestly, every summer camp I attended was really fun, but the year I got my Lifesaving Merit Badge was the best,” said Irvin

Being a scout from such a young age, this accomplishment is one to remember.

Leave a Comment
About the Contributor
Photo of Lindsey Walk
Lindsey Walk, News Editor

Hello there! My name is Lindsey Walk and I am a senior this year at TAHS. This is my second year being involved inĀ Eagle Eye and I am so excited to be...

Comments (0)

When commenting, please use your FULL NAME and a VALID email address. If you are a TASD student please use your school email address. Comments without names and valid email addresses may not be published. Thank you and please comment responsibly!
All Tyrone Eagle Eye News Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published.