St. Francis Senior Anthony Munoz ’20 Achieves Rank of Eagle Scout

St. Francis High School congratulates senior Anthony Muñoz ’20, a member of Temple City’s Boy Scout Troop 167, on being awarded the rank of Eagle Scout by the Boy Scouts of America!

Muñoz began scouting in 1st grade as a Tiger scout at St. Luke’s School and he chose St. Luke Parish as the recipient of his service project. His project included replacing all existing plants and shrubs in front of the parish office with drought resistant plants, trees and ground cover. Through the generosity of parishioners, friends, family, and local businesses, Muñoz was able to raise nearly $4,000 in donations and supplies. He led a group of nearly 30 volunteers to complete this project earlier this year.

While in Troop 167, Muñoz served as a Troop Guide, Chaplain, Den Chief, Patrol Leader, Assistant Senior Patrol Leader, and Senior Patrol Leader. He enjoyed spending many summers at Cherry Valley, Emerald Bay, and several other Boy Scout Summer Camps. Muñoz has earned 31 merit badges and 2 religious medals and participated in countless service projects for the local community benefitting schools, churches, and senior living facilities.

Scouting gave Muñoz many opportunities to perform service for others and learn leadership. He is currently a senior at St. Francis High School in La Cañada, CA. At St. Francis, Muñoz is one of the leaders of the Robotics Team, assistant director on KNIT (the student TV news channel). As a member of the National Honor Society and California Scholarship Federation, Muñoz has been on the St. Francis Scholar Roll his entire 4 years at St. Francis. He credits scouting and his faith with giving him the confidence and desire to pursue leadership opportunities.

St. Francis High School expresses its pride for Anthony’s achievements, and all of the Golden Knights who have achieved this impressive milestone.

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