Eagle Scout earns standing ovation at council meeting

The Sturgeon Bay Common Council recognized its first area Eagle Scout in several years at Tuesday night’s meeting. The council didn’t have to look far to find a presenter fit to award the honor. Ezra Linnan, a Freshman at Sevastopol, was presented with an eagle scout award by Planning and Zoning Administrator, Christopher Sullivan-Robinson, an eagle scout himself. Sullivan-Robinson also happened to be the last scout to be recognized by the council. Linnan’s acceptance of the award was met with a standing ovation from the common council. He also offered words of encouragement.



For his Eagle Scout project, Linnan raised funds totaling $3600 and constructed a 100-foot segment of footbridge at the Crossroads at Big Creek. Linnan has been a scout since July of 2017. He is the Senior Patrol Leader of Boy Scouts of America Troop 1022 Bay Lakes Council.



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