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Trevor Aurand

Trevor Aurand

Hundreds of people filled a Poulsbo, WA church on a Saturday in 1996 to pay their last respects to a 16-year-old Eagle Scout who was killed in a drive by shooting. Trevor Aurand was in Seattle on December 28, 1995 to attend a Christmas dinner for employees of Camp Parsons. He was shot while riding in a car with four fellow Scouts after stopping at a North Seattle convenience store to buy food.

Trevor's legacy did not end there. Funds were donated to Chief Seattle Council's endowment in his memory twenty years ago and the interest from those funds continues to provide an opportunity for boys to experience the adventure of summer camp in perpetuity.

A bequest like this will ensure that our treasured camp properties provide years of priceless memories for many generations of Scouts. For more information on the benefits of making a charitable bequest or to complete your charitable plan, please visit seattlebsalegacy.org or contact Patrick Nance at pnance@seattlebsa.org / 206-902-2314.


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