Where are you from?
I was born in Florida, but my family moved to League City when I was five and I’ve been here ever since.
You’re an Eagle Scout, what does that mean?
An Eagle Scout just tries to give back to the community as much as they can and try to be the best that they can be.
How did you become involved with the Boy Scouts of America?
I started when I was young, about 11 years old. My grandfather was an Eagle Scout and my brother is also an Eagle Scout. My mom always kept pushing me to become an Eagle Scout and I’m really glad she did. I just became one this year at 18-years-old.
You had to complete a final project to become an Eagle Scout, what was your project?
I built a pet obstacle course with my troop to help the animals at League City Pets Alive learn better control and have better social skills.
Why did you choose this project?
I love animals and all the pets I have at my house are adopted, and I feel that more people would adopt if there were more well-trained animals available. It was a lot of fun to make and I would do it all over again.
What do you like about League City?
League City is very quiet, peaceful and just feels cozy.
I have to say, my favorite place to eat is the McDonalds on Highway 3 because it’s right by my house and I always go there (laughs).
Favorite park in League City?
I like to go to Walter Hall Park. It’s a nice open park where I can hang out.
What do you like doing in your spare time?
If I’m not at school, doing stuff with the scouts or at work, I’m at home relaxing.
What are your future goals?
One of my goals is to complete college and get my certification in welding so I can go in that trade. I really just want to be the best person I can be.