Trenton Chafe. COURTESY, Darel Roa Photography

Trenton Chafe. COURTESY, Darel Roa Photography

Chafe earns Eagle Scout rank

  • Friday, April 19, 2019 12:01pm
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Trenton Chafe recently earned the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout, something achieved by less than 5 percent of all Boy Scouts.

Chafe, a member of Troop 401, Auburn, is a student at Auburn Mountainview High School.

Chafe’s Eagle project involved the creation of two mini neighborhood-lending libraries.

Eagle Scout projects involve identifying a need in the communityand meeting it. Eagle Scout-qualified projects obtain approval of the benefiting organization and follow an approved program of planning, funding, scheduling, managing, executing and reporting updates.

Chafe is the son of Jessica Chafe.

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