Part of becoming an Eagle Scout involves doing a service project that benefits the community in some way. Christian McEwan of Troop 406 in Navarre got a great idea from someone at his church.
“A lady from church told me Animal Allies needed help building cat traps and I volunteered to help,” McEwan said. “I thought it would be a good Eagle service project.”
McEwan contacted Animal Allies in May to get an idea of what they needed and then priced supplies at Lowe’s in Tiger Point. By July, his project had been approved by the Boy Scout council and work on the traps began shortly after that.
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