Bundy

Bundy

Elder Arden Bundy will serve a mission for The Church of Jesus of Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is the son of Cliven and Carol Bundy of Bunkerville 2nd Ward. Elder Bundy will serve in the Rancagua Chile mission for 24 months. Arden will leave for the Missionary Training Center in Santiago Chile on Nov. 15. Elder Arden Bundy will speak on Nov. 13 at 11 a.m. in the Bunkerville Chapel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Larsen

Larsen

Mark Larsen received his Eagle Scout Award at a Court of Honor on Oct. 25. He is a member of Varsity Team 2640 sponsored by the Mesquite 6th Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. His project was building a wooden bridge over the South Fork of the Muddy River at Warm Springs Park. His favorite merit badges were shotgun and orienteering. He was on the junior staff at Camp Kolob for two summers helping the 12-13-year-old scouts earn merit badges; the wilderness survival merit badge in particular.

He is a freshman at Virgin Valley High School and the son of CJ Larsen and the late Monte Larsen. Monte, a professional hunter and trapper, taught Mark his wilderness craft, hunting and trapping which Mark continues to follow by trapping and selling hides in the winter.

Charlie Lee, Chartered Organization Representative from Unit spoke about Mark and his Eagle Project. “Mark has been at three summer camps where I served as scoutmaster and COR and I have seen how he has grown in strength of character. Today holds a special place in my heart because I honor Mark for achieving the rank of Eagle and because today was his father’s birthday. If your dad were here, he would say, ‘I am proud of you also.’ Mark’s project was a lot of extra work and Mark showed leadership in organizing a large group to help with the bridge. Mark is not afraid of work and the bridge is a tribute to his extra efforts. ”

Stephen Walters, his advisor, gave Larsen the Eagle Charge and reminded him to live with honor for honor is the foundation of character. He continued, “Your actions and example will reflect on your home community troop and country and the white of the badge represents honor. The blue of the badge represents loyalty – Be true to your brother scout and carry your load; do your duty to God and your country. The Red of the badge stands for courage; courage in physical danger and standing for right. The scroll turned up at the corners reminds you to be cheerful. The Eagle suspended from the ribbon is a symbol of protection – to remind you to look for ways to protect the innocent and those that need your help. Wear the badge with dignity and pride and add humility; let the Eagle be a guide for tomorrow. To this I asked you to pledge your sacred honor just as the signer of the Declaration pledged their lives and their sacred honor.”