The Eagle Court of Honor ceremony is bound to include a few cheers. The ceremony for Carter Ross Gammill, may well have set a cheering record.
Carter, 18 and a lifetime member of Holy Communion, could barely contain his glee. His shouts were the hoot-hoots now heard in the woods wherever Boy Scouts camp in this region, a small but unmistakable mark of a teen who threw himself into becoming an Eagle Scout and never doubted he would prevail.
“The hoot-hoot is a special...