Local Scout earns his wings

Kyle Ross Dunning is a member of Boy Scout Troop 422.

Photo by Linda Roa/Darel Roa Photography

Photo by Linda Roa/Darel Roa Photography

Kyle Ross Dunning, age 17, of Enumclaw, Washington has earned the rank of Eagle Scout.

Dunning is a member of Boy Scout Troop 422, and has earned 23 merit badges. For his eagle project, he and his troop built a river rock fire pit at the host site of Kanaskat-Palmer State Park.

Dunning is senior at Enumclaw High School, and enjoys playing baseball and tennis. He is the son of Ross and Cheryl Dunning, also of Enumclaw.

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