Ethan Davis’s Eagle project was to build six portable tap floors for Decatur Performs at Decatur High School. These are movable sections of flooring used for tap dancing. COVID affected the timing, location and materials required for Ethan’s project, but he got it done with 14 people and 46 hours of work over two workdays.
Ethan Davis earned his Eagle rank on September 29, 2020.
This was Troop 175’s first visit to the Okefenokee. 33 scouts spent a January weekend paddling canoes through the Okefenokee swamp where they encountered several alligators and lots and lots of Spanish moss. The boys had lots of fun and agreed it was a good idea that some scouts did an 8-mile trip and others did 16 miles. They voted to try a destination canoe trip next time.
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Jack Egger’s Eagle project was to build a folding work table for the outdoor workspace at Decatur Makers. The table is constructed of weatherproof plywood and 4 x 4s. The project took 4 workdays at 4 hours each, about 4 scouts each day. Jack is a long-time member of Decatur Makers, and the organization provided funding for the materials for the Eagle project.
Jack Egger earned his Eagle rank on May 2, 2020.
Ian Berk’s Eagle project was to source and assemble 50 kits of essential toiletry items for the Women’s Resource Center to End Domestic Violence. Ian’s team used an assembly line to put together the kits which were sealed in zipper bags so they’re easy to carry. The kits were stored in plastic bins and delivered to the Women’s Resource Center where they will go to local women affected by domestic violence.
Ian Berk earned his Eagle rank on October 29, 2019.
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