Wilson Gray Johnson Earns the Highest and Most Coveted Award in Scouting
On Saturday, June 8, 2019 Wilson Gray Johnson from Boy Scout Troop 64 of Cleveland earns the rank of Eagle Scout. An Eagle Scout Ceremony was held for Wilson at St. James United Methodist Church in Tarboro. Wilson is the son of Brandon and Mary Margaret Johnson of Tarboro. The Johnson family had recently moved to Tarboro just two years ago, but Wilson was dedicated and determined to finish earning his Eagle Scout with Troop 64 of Cleveland where he started.
Wilson will be going into the eleventh grade in the fall at North East Carolina Prep School in Tarboro. He is currently serving in a leadership roll in Troop 64 as a Junior Assistant Scoutmaster and he plans to continue in Scouting by giving back and teaching younger Scouts the skills and knowledge that he has learned along his trail to Eagle Scout.
During his Eagle Scout Court of Honor, Wilson was presented with the Eagle Scout Good Citizenship Award from Eagle Scout Coordinator Lewis W. Rice III on behalf of the Johnston County Marine Corps League Carry-On Detachment 1236. Congratulations! “Once an Eagle Scout, Always an Eagle Scout”