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Another Troop 79 Eagle candidate serving the community

As you’ve seen here before, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout requires several years of effort. The capstone of which is the Eagle service project. The popular Bryan on Scouting blog defines the service project this way: Five words make all the difference: “plan, develop and give leadership …”  In other words, it’s not your standard Scout service project!

In Life Scout Simon C.’s own words, “On Saturday, I completed my Eagle Scout project. For my project, I built and painted shelves for an animal rescue shelter called the Wright-Way Rescue animal shelter. We worked in two shifts, one consisted of painting and assembly at my house, the evening shift was installing the shelves at the shelter. Thank you to all the Scouts who spent their time to help me on Saturday.”

Enjoy a sample before and after photo of the project. All the best to you, Simon, on your path to Eagle!

Storage area – BEFORE
Storage Area – AFTER

[PHOTOS] Wright Way Rescue @KCarter

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