Travis completed his Eagle Project on June 30, 2021. He built a shed to hold a Kiln oven which will be used by the art department for pottery artwork at Creekside Christian Academy-West Campus, Hampton, Georgia. He earned his Eagle Rank on July 13, 2021.
Mason’s Eagle Project was “Sleep in Heavenly Peace Bedding Drive”. He completed it on January 1, 2021. Under his leadership they collected: 131 sheet sets, 73 blankets/comforters, 22 complete beddings sets (matching comforters and sheet sets),51 pillows and also they raised over $600 to be used by SHP as needed. Mason presented these items to Sleep in Heavenly Peace and Coweta Co Chapter Co-President Tommy Webb at the bed build. Also in attendance was SHP founder Luke Michelson from Twin Falls, ID who happened to be the area for a large SHP event called Move for Beds to raise awareness to the number of kids through out the country who have no bed and are sleeping on the floor. He earned his Eagle Rank on June 8, 2021.
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Nick completed his Eagle Project on July 26, 2020. He had to refurbish three vulture pens for the new Bear Creek Nature Center opening. It involved reinforcing the walls with 4X4 post, creating shaded shelter in each pins and replacing the roof mesh with welded wire. Bear Creek Nature Center, Chatahoochee Hills, Georgia is a non-profit established in 2020 to bring environmental awareness to our community through various education opportunities. He earned his Eagle Rank on May 18, 2021.
Ryan completed his Eagle project on November 30, 2020. Hopewell Flag Pole and Wallace Memorial Garden. It includes: a 25 foot, solar lighted commerical grade flag pole that flies the American and Hopewell United Methodist Church flags, a decorative wall, a stepping stone foot path, a sitting area, and a commerataive flower garden with three honorary plaques. The flag pole honors Mr. Lamar Wallace, a former Hopewell United Methodist parishoner and at the time of his passing was the oldest living Eagle Scout at 107 years. Mr. Wallace was also a WWII veteran. The Wallace Memorial Garden also includes plaques honoring Hopewell church leadership, Troop 79 leadership, family and friends.
The Hopewell Flag Pole and Wallace Memorial Garden project is a symbol of honor, patriotism, accomplishment, and unity for the community, Mr. Lamar Wallace, the Hopewell United Methodist Church and Scout Troop 79. Ryan earned his Eagle Rank on May 18, 2021.
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