Adam Multer earns Eagle Scout Rank
Adam Robert Multer was presented, on his seventeenth birthday, with the Eagle Scout Rank on October 7, 2017 by Boy Scout Troop 831 at the Walderhous in Kohler. He earned his Eagle Scout Rank on June 1, 2016, at the age of sixteen, following approval by an Eagle Scout Board of Review.
A member of Troop 831, chartered by the Kohler Police Athletic League (KPAL), Adam is one of approximately 4 percent of all Boy Scouts who attain the rank of Eagle. Each Eagle Scout must earn a minimum of 21 merit badges, demonstrate leadership, and successfully complete a community service project in order to earn Scouting’s highest rank. Following his passion for technology, Adam created and oversaw a mobile computer help desk and community technology classes at Generations Intergenerational Center in Plymouth in October of 2016. He organized volunteers who taught classes on digital citizenship, introduction to Facebook and Apps and mobile software. He also facilitated an open helpdesk for the community and worked with additional volunteers to help community members set up online accounts, learn new applications and problem solve technical issues.
Adam began scouting in 2007 with Pack 3831 of Kohler, where he earned the Arrow of Light Award. He has been a Patrol Leader, Assistant Patrol leader, Instructor, and Troop Historian. He was elected by his troop in 2013 to join the Order of the Arrow (OA), Scouting’s National Honor Society. He is currently a Brotherhood member and is an active member of the ceremonies team, ushering other Arrowmen into OA.
In August 2015, he attended the National Order of the Arrow Conference in East Lansing, Michigan. In July of 2017, he served as an Information Technology and Communication staff member at the National Boy Scout Jamboree at The Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reservation in Glen Jean, West Virginia.
A junior at Kohler High School, Adam is a member of concert band, pep band and active in community theater. He is currently a youth apprentice in the MIS Networking team at Johnsonville, LLC. He is the son of Laura and Brent Multer, and the grandson of the late Hazel Thieme, Dennis Thieme and Diana and Robert Multer.