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Eagle project cleans up Cronk’s

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On June 22, Wellesley Conservation Council's Land Management team worked at the Cronk's Rocky Woodland Sanctuary on a special project leading toward the Boy Scouts of America's highest award of Eagle Scout for Edward Ryan, Troop 185 - Wellesley. The project team was managed by Scout Edward Ryan, with excellent work by scouts...
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Evan Anderson, Eagle Scout

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Evan Michael Anderson, son of Ed Anderson and Tee Stock of 49 Hillcrest Road, received his Eagle Scout award at a Court of Honor held Sunday, January 6, at the VFW Hall in Needham. Although Boy Scouts of America has existed for 106 years, only 6 percent of its members have attained this highest...
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Medfield’s Gipson completes Eagle Project

Medfield Boy Scout Ian Gipson from Troop 89 recently completed his Eagle Project this past June with the installation of three signs at the Medfield State Hospital property. The signs display a map of the entire property and detail a brief history of what each of the buildings were used for during the hospital’s heyday....
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Three Sherbornites to become Eagle Scouts

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Boy Scouts of America, Troop 1, Sherborn, invites friends and neighbors from Sherborn to attend an Eagle Court of Honor for Keith Thomas Brockway, Hunter Lee Gregory, and Scott Bethel Sirri. These young men have recently completed all the requirements for the rank of Eagle Scout and will receive the award at the...
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Rogers completes Eagle Scout Project

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John Rogers of Troop 3 Westwood recently completed his Eagle Project. The project refurbished an old destroyed picnic site in Lowell Woods off of Sandy Valley Road. The team of volunteers worked over 85 hours to completely renovate the picnic site. All of the old debris was removed and new wood chips were...
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