Scoutmaster Donald Demory of Troop 196 discussed in an interview with Emily Jennings of The Free Lance-Star shares how three Eagle Scouts were able to complete their projects despite the challenges that the Covid-19 pandemic may have presented.
Andrew Flack made custom-built free community library boxes for Culpeper area parks. When asked about the program, he stated, “It teaches great skills, good ethics and morals, and a lot of life lessons to carry with you your whole life.” For Aiden Durica‘s Eagle project, he constructed an awards platform for the Soap Box Derby and installed micro-libraries. Eddie Fleming organized a group of volunteers to helped him install 150 feet of fencing at Cedar Mountain battlefield. His group also installed a new sign that was laser-engraved by a local business.
We are proud of our newest Eagles Scouts and their contributions to the Culpeper community!
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