Casey, cameron and Jared Maule have each attained the rank of Eagle Scout.

Casey Maule recently joined his brothers Cameron and Jared as Eagle Scouts.

The three brothers are the sons of Jim and Michele Maule, of Milford.

Casey began his scouting career with Cub Scout Pack 116 Milford, where he earned his Arrow of Light. After joining Boy Scout Troop 186, Milford, Casey’s positions with the troop included senior patrol leader and assistant patrol leader. He earned 27 merit badges and worked on 17 service projects totaling 84.5 hours. For Casey’s service project, he constructed three buddy benches for the Evelyn Morris Early Childhood Center in Lincoln. He was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout in a Court of Honor on October 25. Casey is a sophomore at Milford High School and plans on attending college after graduation.

Jared began his scouting career with Cub Scout Pack 116, Milford, where he earned his Arrow of Light. After joining Boy Scout Troop 186, Milford, Jared’s positions with the troop included patrol leader, assistant patrol leader and scribe. He worked as a camp counselor at Camp Henson in Seaford for three summers. He earned 44 merit badges and worked on a total of 18 service projects totaling 79 hours. For Jared’s service project, he constructed a memorial reading garden at Evelyn Morris Early Childhood Center in Lincoln. He was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout in a Court of Honor on Dec. 30, 2015. He currently attends Delaware Technical Community College in Georgetown.

Cameron began his scouting career with Cub Scout Pack 116, Milford, where he earned his Arrow of Light. After joining Boy Scout Troop 186, Milford, Cameron’s positions with the troop included patrol leader and assistant senior patrol leader in his troop. He worked as a camp counselor at Camp Henson in Seaford. He earned 37 merit badges and worked on a total of 23 service projects totaling 281 hours. He also completed his World Conservation and Complete Angler awards. For Cameron’s Eagle Scout service project, he constructed two teacher podiums and three sets of U-shaped benches at Abbott’s Mill Nature Center’s learning stations used by local schools. He was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout in a Court of Honor on July 26, 2017. Cameron is a senior at Milford High School and plans on attending college after graduation.