Michael joined Troop 222 after earning his Webelos Arrow of Light award in Pack 222, Den 6. He has earned 32 merit badges and special awards, including the World Conservation award, the Mile Swim award, one Fifty-Miler award, and Master Angler award. He has held several leadership positions within the troop. He has also attended five years of scout summer camp.
Michael's Eagle Scout service project involved designing, building, and installing sensory trail stations at BOK Ranch at the Horse Park in Woodside. He says the stations allow "the rider to practice balance, coordination and utilizing the senses." The project involved designing and building six stations offsite, and transporting them to BOK Ranch and installing them there. A total of 216 hours went into the project.
A senior at Sacred Heart Preparatory, Michael plays on the varsity football team and is a member of the school's civic leadership council. He is also a new member of the school's iprov comedy group "kitsch."
A member of the Sacred Heart Society, he is a Uganda chairman, raising money for a sister school in Uganda. He also writes for the school newspaper.
Webb Ryan Henninger joined Troop 222 after earning his Arrow of Light award in Pack 222. He has earned 21 merit badges and one Fifty-Miler Award. He has served in several leadership positions within the troop, including patrol leader.
Webb has attended four years of scout summer camp and served as a camp counselor at Camp Oljato in 2008. Last summer he attended the National Scout Jamboree in Virginia, celebrating the 100th anniversary of scouting in the United States.
His leadership service project involved renovating an old shower room at Cesar Chavez Academy in East Palo Alto to provide a fitness and study lab for students. The project included painting storerooms and an office, framing the office window, and installing shelving. It involved 206 hours of service.
Webb is a senior at Menlo-Atherton High School, where he plays varsity basketball. Since sixth grade, he has played AAU basketball with the Roadrunners organization in east Menlo Park, competing in basketball tournaments throughout the United States.