Stephanie Gumm: Eagle Scout and Beyond

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Stephanie Gumm: Eagle Scout and Beyond

Stephanie Gumm, a distinguished member of the Class of 2024 at John Paul II High School and BSA Scouts Troop 3000, earned her Eagle Scout award on January 4, 2024. Stephanie’s scouting odyssey commenced as a founding member of BSA Scouts Troop 3000, intricately linked with Boy Scout Troop 1000. Upholding a familial legacy, she followed in her brother Jonathan Gumm’s, JPII Class of 2022, footsteps, a notable Eagle Scout.

Embracing Opportunity

Stephanie’s achievement is steeped in historical significance. In February 2019, the scouting paradigm shifted, allowing girls to pursue the coveted rank of Eagle Scout. Positioned at the forefront of this groundbreaking change, Stephanie and her sister Abigail were among the pioneering members of the inaugural girls’ troop, established to support the siblings of Boy Scout Troop 1000.

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Determination and Passion

Stephanie’s determination and passion propelled her towards success. She amassed an impressive 22 merit badges, with pursuits like climbing, welding, and archery capturing her enthusiasm and dedication.

A Diverse Tapestry of Achievements

Stephanie’s excellence transcends scouting. Her active theater, choir, and cross-country participation at JPII reflects her versatility and commitment to diverse interests. Notably, all three pursuits reached the state level this year, showcasing Stephanie’s dedication and contribution beyond scouting.

True Inspiration

Stephanie Gumm epitomizes the spirit of scouting, resilience, and the pursuit of excellence. Her journey, characterized by a dedication to scouting, passion for diverse interests, and commitment to her community, sets an inspiring example for aspiring scouts and individuals alike. In celebrating Stephanie’s accomplishments, we honor not only an Eagle Scout but a multifaceted individual who continues to inspire others to pursue their aspirations.
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