Nicolas Sapp will receive the Eagle badge of rank, scouting’s highest honor on Sunday. The Court of Honor for Sapp will take place on Sunday, April 14 at 3 p.m. at the Lake Mills United Methodist Church.

Sapp is the son of Tina and Rick Sapp. He will be graduating from Lake Mills High School in June and will be pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Packaging Engineering at UW-Stout.

Sapp is a member of Boy Scout Troop 148 in Lake Mills, sponsored by American Legion Post 67. Nicholas has served in a variety of leadership roles from patrol leader to assistant senior patrol leader and Quartermaster. He has also attended a variety of summer camps, Klondike Derby, canoeing the Wisconsin River and Winter Camping. He has been active in Troop fundraisers, including Christmas wreath sales, dunk tank fundraiser at the Lake Mills Town and Country Days, and a multitude of service projects and volunteer opportunities.

While attending Lake Mills High School, Sapp participated in four years of cross country, track and field, State Forensics, Student Council, Mountain Bike Team, Spotlight for the musical three years, Jazz Band, orchestra, Concert Band, Solo and Ensemble and Tri-M Honors Club.

He has participated in community service including helping at the chili dinner, pulling garlic mustard and purple loosestrife, Trek 100, Caroling in Town and more.

For his Eagle Scout Service Project, Sapp built shelves and organized different church committee needs for shelving and storage for the Lake Mills United Methodist Church.

The Church did not have enough shelving in their shed and the second-floor attic storage unit was not sturdy nor labeled and disorganized. He first met with the different committees to figure out what would best suit all their needs. From there, he researched what would make the best sense and what would be the easiest to maintain. He installed two shelving units in the shed, took a full list of inventory and categorized it by each separate committee He labeled each shelf with the different committee names for easy organization and cleaned and organized the shed. The new shelving units in the shed added 160 sq. feet of storage space. He installed one shelving unit in the second-floor attic, replacing the smaller wood unit with an easier to maintain unit that is labeled and organized.

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