Meet Ethan Frank! He’s an aspiring journalist who has learned a lot through his many years of Scouting. For his Eagle project, Ethan refurbished an old shed at the Lathrop E. Smith Environmental Center.
This creative writer claims that his “leadership skills developed in a way somewhat akin to your average fantasy/adventure novel.” He learned a lot from leading his group of volunteers in redoing this dirty old shed.
Ethan finds that he found the leader within him when he “was thrust into a position in which [he had] to quickly learn the fineries of leadership.” During his project, Ethan and his team repaired rotten plywood, re-shingled the roof, re-built doors, weather proofed the white trim, and sanded and repainted the whole shed.
Ethan’s project transformed a formerly unusable, falling apart shed into a beautiful, spacious storage unit that the environmental center could use. What will your Eagle project do?