Jack Schlickbernd has earned the Scouts BSA’s highest advancement award, the Eagle Scout Award.
He passed his Board of Review on Aug. 2, 2022 and will be recognized in a ceremony on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023.
A member of Troop 174, Schlickbernd is one of only approximately six percent of all Scouts who attain the Eagle rank. He is the 150th scout from Wayne to earn the rank of Eagle. Each candidate must earn 21 merit badges and successfully complete a community service project to earn his Eagle.
For his service project, Schlickbernd chose to install a POW/MIA Seat of Honor and other major league stadium seats at Eaton Baseball Field in Wakefield.
Through scouting, Schlickbernd has gone to Florida National High Adventure Sea Base and became SCUBA certified while attending Camp Wilderness in Minnesota. He earned religious awards as both a Cub Scout and a Boy Scout.
Schlickbernd is a member of Journey Christian Church and is active in football, Skills USA, track and baseball at Wakefield Community Schools where he is a junior.
He is the son of Mike and Sara Schlickbernd of Wayne.