Jeremy Carlson recently earned Boy Scout’s highest rank of Eagle Scout from Dunwoody’s All-Saints Troop 434. His project involved building three raised garden beds at Kittredge Magnet School to help promote the outdoor classroom and garden environment. 

Carlson joined Scouts with Pack 623 and crossed over to Boy Scouts with Troop 434 in 2014. He recalled his favorite scouting memory as “the time I cooked for the youngest Scout Patrol and used the last of the pancake batter to make a pancake the size of the whole pan, and had to flip it using the pan instead of a spatula.” He also stated that Scoutmaster Willy Trent, Troop 434, has been a big encouragement along his way. 

Carlson, 15, attends Chamblee Charter High School. He is active in Thespian Club at school and previously participated in marching band as a freshman. He is the son of Doug and Judi Carlson, Dunwoody. 

Brandon Lambert earned the rank of Eagle Scout as a member of Dunwoody’s All-Saints Boy Scout Troop 434. His Eagle project consisted of constructing raised garden beds at Kingsley Elementary as the school worked to become Dunwoody’s first STEAM certified school.

Lambert first joined All Saints BSA Pack 434 as a first grade Cub Scout. He became a Boy Scout to Troop 434 in 2012. His favorite Scout memory, he said, was a trip to BSA High Adventure Sea Base in the Florida Keys. 

Lambert, 18, recently graduated from Chamblee Charter High School where he played football and baseball. He is the son of Tom and Danielle Lambert of Dunwoody.

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