Cory R. Winebold, son of Kevin J. and Shelley A. Winebold of Boardman, will be receiving his Eagle Scout Award on Sat., Nov. 10 at Camp Stambaugh on Leffingwell Rd. in Canfield.
From Cub Scout Pack 60 as a Tiger to Webelos II earning his Arrow of Light and crossing over into Troop 46 where he worked even harder to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout. Cory’s Eagle Scout project included the creation of a symmetrical garden outside the gates of Loghurst, re-created the two historical herb garden bed dating from 1850-1895 and a garden area from 1895-1978 located directly behind the house.
What is so remarkable about Cory’s project is the intense amount of hours it took to redo these five garden beds in order to maintain the historical accuracy.
Cory’s Boy Scout accomplishments also include---earning 64 merit badges, The American Heritage Award, World Conservation Award, Two Religious Awards – God & Me and God & Life. Cory has held many different positions throughout his scouting career – den chief, librarian, quartermaster, patrol leader, assistant patrol leader and now holds the position of junior assistant scoutmaster. In addition Cory is currently working on achieving the prestigious Olympic Medal of Boy Scouts known as the Hornaday Award at Loghurst Farmhouse & Museum.
Cory attends Boardman High School where he is an active member of the school’s marching band, jazz group, bowling team, and is currently working on achieving a position with the National Honor Society. Cory was in Who’s Who for the last two years, won Greater Lakes Scholars and was chosen for People to People four years in a row. Cory is hoping to start pre-law after graduating high school.
When Cory has nothing else to do he enjoys reading, hanging out with friends and family and going to his grandparents camp on Pymatuning Lake. Cory finds much satisfaction in assisting with the youth programs at his church.