Teen feats

• Samuel Price, of Troop 21 in Bend, earned his Eagle Scout rank Oct. 21. He is the son of Brian and Stacy Price, of La Pine. He built a sheep shelter for Sky Dog Ranch in Prineville for his Eagle Scout project, which took 158 hours. Samuel had his board of review at the annual district campout and was presented as the district’s newest Eagle Scout at the evening campfire.

High school notes

• Karissa Kingsbury has been hired as the front office secretary for Crook County High School. She is a graduate of Mountain View High School and is working toward a school-based counseling degree at Portland Community College.

• Pioneer Memorial Hospital Residual Board and Prineville Hospital Foundation have donated $1 million to the Oregon Community Foundation to administer a scholarship to Crook County high school graduates and GED recipients interested in pursuing health care careers. Funds will also be available to adults who have lived in Crook County for at least five years who are interested in going back to school to pursue or advance careers in a health care-related field.

School notes

• Family Access Network has received $5,000 from St. Charles Foundation to support basic-need services in Deschutes County. It costs $100 to provide one child with network services for the entire school year.