Spencer Campbell Earns Eagle Scout Rank

On July 26th, Spencer Thomas Campbell was awarded the highest rank in Scouting as he attained the rank of Eagle Scout as a member of Troop 210 at Providence Presbyterian Church.

Spencer was also awarded the Eagle Scout Good Citizenship Award by Senior Vice-Commandant Robert Long (3rd from left), and the Marine Corps League Department of North Carolina Assistant Eagle Scout Coordinator Devell “Bull” Durham Jr. (left), and Marine  Jimmie George (right) of the Johnston County Marine Corps League Carry-On Detachment #1236.

Spencer started Scouting when he was about 6 years-old and gradually went up the ranks through Cub Scouts and onto Boy Scouts, all with Pack and Troop 210.

Spencer’s Eagle Scout project, which required about 20 hours of work, consisted of constructing and placing slat benches at Providence Presbyterian Church near Angier.

Spencer is a recent graduate of West Johnston High School and plans to attend North Carolina State University in the fall to pursue a degree in Criminology. He eventually hopes to work with the NC State Bureau of Investigation.

He and his family attend Central Baptist Church in Dunn.  His mother Teresa and father Joey are very proud of Spencer.  They said he is extremely dedicated to God, his family and Scouting. He is good natured, funny, good hearted, loves music and playing the guitar. He has two brothers and a sister.

Congratulations Spencer. Once An Eagle Scout, Always An Eagle Scout.