Samuel Grubenhoff, son of Phil and Lisa Grubenhoff of Mansfield, has earned the Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Award.The Eagle Scout Award is Scouting’s highest honor, achieved by less than 4 percent of all boys who enter Scouts. Sam is a member of Troop 222, sponsored by St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Arlington. Sam started his Scouting career in 2002 as a Cub Scout with Pack 898 and moved to Pack 703, sponsored by St. Gregory the Great Episcopal Church in Mansfield, as a chartering member in 2003. Sam earned the Arrow of Light Award and crossed over to Boy Scout Troop 703 in 2006. Sam moved to Troop 222 in 2008 and earned his Eagle Award on Nov. 7.For his Eagle Scout service project, Sam planned and managed a landscaping project for the marquee at Linda Jobe Middle School. The project included the installation of stepping stones up to and around the marquee along with ground cover, edging and mulch, requiring 123 hours of community service by 16 youth and eight adults under Sam’s direction. In Troop 222, Sam has served at patrol leader, troop secretary and treasurer. He was also able to experience Philmont Scout Ranch with members of his troop in 2010. There he backpacked about 50 miles over 10 days in the mountains of New Mexico.Outside of Scouting, Sam has done community service with the 501st Legion and The Mandalorian Mercs, STAR WARS costuming clubs, where he’s helped earn money for various children’s charities and made a costumed visit to Cook Children’s Medical Center to raise the spirits of some of the young patients.Sam is a senior at Mansfield High School, where he has been active in the choir program for four years. He is currently in the mixed choir, men’s a cappella choir and show choir.He also serves as choir vice president. During his years in choir, Sam has had the opportunity to perform at various venues, including Six Flags, The Ballpark in Arlington and the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. This spring, Sam will be travelling with the choir for a competition in New York City.Sam will be recognized in a court of honor at St. Gregory the Great Episcopal Church.