Eight Centerville young men were presented Eagle Scout awards in a joint ceremony Friday night.

The awards culminated years of effort and progress in the Scouting program for the young men, all members of the Centerville 7th Ward.Ian Allen, 14, son of Royce and Mardette Allen, is an accomplished musician, loves pets, speaks French, teaches swimming lessons and acts in dramatic productions. For his Eagle service project, he made 80 wooden toys for underprivileged children, with the help of 17 other boys.

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Michael Terry Burns, 16, son of Terry and Linda Burns, enjoys piano, guitar, academics, concert choir, drama and sports. For his service project, he sanded and painted picnic tables at a church park, with the help of seven boys and two adults.

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Steven Andrew Davis, 16, son of Lyle and Marie Davis, is a successful debater and enjoys all sports, especially football, soccer, skiing and snowboarding. He organized a group of young men and examined each stop sign in a part of Centerville to find obstructions blocking motorists' vision. Obstructing bushes and trees were trimmed and hauled away.

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Bart Green, 17, son of Melvin and Eleanor Green, has been involved in many sports, including basketball, volleyball, snow skiing, water skiing and football for View-mont High. He and other Scouts and family members made quilts and donated them to Primary Children's Medical Center.

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Jonathon Hogge, 15, son of Michael and Annene Hogge, has participated in baseball, football, soccer, wrestling, swimming, track, snow skiing and water skiing. For his service project, he put in a drain for the Centerville City Smoot Park tennis court.

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Richard Omer, 17, son of Donald and Ann Omer, enjoys woodworking, electronics, motors and engines, and tinkering with things to learn how they work. He has a variety of pets and loves fishing and hunting. He also participates in many sports. He cleaned up a water pump that was covered with dirt and debris from the `83 floods.

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Paul Servey, 14, son of Frank and Karen Servey, enjoys hiking, hunting, fishing, football, baseball, basketball and track and field. For his service project, he raised 50 chukar chicks for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and banded and released them to the wilds.

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Brian Sine, 17, son of Roger and Christie Slagowski, enjoys gardening, woodworking and carpentry, camping, fishing and duck hunting. He recruited other Scouts to help him sand and paint picnic tables in a park.