A Chillicothe Boy Scout has completed his Eagle Scout project at Field School in Chillicothe.

A Chillicothe Boy Scout has completed his Eagle Scout project at Field School in Chillicothe. Aidriaan Micheal Carden’s project was beautifying the Field School flag pole area by building and placing a bench, planting lavender and ornamental grass, and installing landscape edging for mulch. An Eagle Scout project is an extensive endeavor – one that the Boy Scout plans, organizes, leads and manages. It is the opportunity for a Scout to demonstrate leadership of others while performing a project for the benefit of any religious institution, any school, or his community. Aidriaan, 17, is a senior at Chillicothe High School and is involved in cross country and wrestling. He is employed with Lindley Funeral Home and is a member of St. Columban’s Catholic Church. Aidriaan is member of Boy Scout Troop 121, sponsored by the Chillicothe Elks Lodge and Grace Episcopal Church, and has served as a patrol leader. He has been a den chief for five years and has received the National Den Chief Award. He began scouting as a Tiger Cub and in 2014, Aidriaan participated in a 12-day backpacking trek covering more than 100 miles at Philmont Scout Ranch in northern New Mexico. Aidriaan is a member the tribe of Mic-O-Say, the honor camping Society of Camp Geiger, and is known as Runner Least Ancient Totem, part of the Lonebear Council in Grand River Dance District. Aidriaan is the son of Ginger and Steve Williams.