Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Queen Makes Homecoming Finals

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Queen Makes Homecoming Finals

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THREE CHEERS

Bonny Marie Tennant has been selected as a finalist for Florida's 22nd annual Homecoming Queen selection April 13 and 14 at the Tampa Airport Marriott. Florida's 2002 Homecoming Queen will receive a cash scholarship and an expense-paid trip to the national finals to compete with queens from other states.

Bonny, the Englewood High School homecoming queen, is the daughter of Ron Tennant of the Westside and Anna Coulter of the Southside.

EAGLE SCOUT

Ryan Mark Hand, son of Mark and Melanie Hand of Arlington, has achieved Scouting's highest honor. On Feb. 17 he became an Eagle Scout. Ryan, 17, is a member of Troop 181 at Highland Presbyterian Church. He has held positions including senior patrol leader and troop bugler. His Scouting honors include the Arrow of Light and Order of the Arrow. For his Eagle project, he renovated a room at Sunny Acres City Park. -- Isaac H. Moredock, son of James and Sharon Moredock of Arlington, has achieved Scouting's highest honor. On Dec. 5, he became an Eagle Scout.

Isaac, 13, is a member of Troop 475 at Fort Caroline United Methodist Church. He has held positions including senior patrol leader and den chief. His Scouting honors include the Arrow of Light and the Order of the Arrow. For his Eagle project, he organized and supervised in instructing members of the community in the proper care, display and disposal of the U.S. flag. -- James Oliver Brent, Preben Olsen and Benjamin David Brinson have achieved Scouting's highest honor. On Feb. 24, in a triple Eagle ceremony, they became Eagle Scouts. They are members of Troop 2 at St. Johns Presbyterian Church.

James, 16, is the son of John and Gail Brent of Avondale. He has held positions including librarian, chaplain aide and instructor. His Scouting honors include the Arrow of Light and the Order of the Arrow. For his Eagle project, he removed a large piece of play equipment from the St. Johns Presbyterian kindergarten playground. Preben, 16, is the son of Erik and Biba Olsen of Ortega. He has held positions including senior patrol leader, chaplain, quartermaster and instructor. His Scouting honors include the Arrow of Light and the Order of the Arrow. …

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