5 Charlotte teens become Eagle Scouts
08/23/2013 12:00 AM
08/20/2013 3:19 PM
Five teenagers from Boy Scout Troop 116 in Charlotte (St. John's Episcopal Church) recently became Eagle Scouts:
Jackson Dunn, 17, a Myers Park High junior. For his service project, he built a ticket booth at the high school stadium.
Capps Harris, 17, a Myers Park senior, constructed an outdoor learning center at Carmel Middle School.
Landon Holbert, 17, a South Mecklenburg senior, built an outdoor fitness center at the high school, which included planting trees.
Dan McFalls, 18, a senior at Charlotte Latin, constructed trails at the Carolina Raptor Center in Huntersville.
Nate Tomey, 18, a South Mecklenburg High senior, constructed Field to Fork planting boxes at Carmel Middle School. Field to Fork is a Fuel Pizza community relations program.
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