McNally

Ryan Francis McNally, the son of Michael and Shandra McNally, has earned the rank of Eagle Scout -- alongside his brother, Devin John McNally -- which was presented in Court of Honor ceremonies Jan. 5, at the Concord United Methodist Church.

He is a member of Boy Scout Troop 465, under the leadership of Scoutmaster Michael Roark.

For his Eagle Scout community service project, McNally constructed 10 four-chamber nursery hothouses for the East Bay Regional Park District. Four are in Sunol Regional Park, three at the Anthony Chabot stables, and one is at Ardenwood Historic Farm. Two are in storage for future use.

During his Scouting career, McNally received the Louis Armstrong Jazz Award for piano, was a Wolfeboro Pioneer, biked more than 1,000 miles, backpacked more than 100 miles, and served in numerous leadership positions, including assistant senior patrol leader.

McNally, 18, is a graduate of Concord High School and is attending the University of Nevada, Reno.

Devin John McNally, the son of Michael and Shandra McNally, has earned the rank of Eagle Scout -- alongside his brother, Ryan Francis McNally -- which was presented in Court of Honor ceremonies Jan. 5, at the Concord United Methodist Church.

He is a member of Boy Scout Troop 465, under the leadership of Scoutmaster Michael Roark.


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For his Eagle Scout community service project, McNally designed and oversaw the construction of an information board benefiting Black Diamond Mines Regional Park.

During his Scouting career, McNally received the Maxwell Citizenship Scholarship, Bill Leal Award for Citizenship, and served as a senior patrol leader.

McNally, 18, is a Concord High School graduate, and is attending American University in Washington, D.C.