Eagle Scout project - dinosaurs at the Children's Center

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Jacob Fenske and his dinosaurs

Photos by Jennifer and Brent Fenske

Last month, Troop 325 Eagle Scout candidate Jacob Fenske created new "dinosaurs" to adorn the outside playground at the Shoreline Children's Center on Meridian Avenue North in Shoreline.

With the help of his troop, Jacob cut new plywood creatures, and then sanded, prepped, painted and installed them at the Center. Over 87 hours went into this Eagle project.

Jacob hopes to receive his Eagle Scout award this Fall.

The Eagle Scout rank is the highest achievement in scouting and requires the scout to earn badges, complete service hours, learn and teach outdoor skills, take on leadership roles, and plan, organize and complete a personal service project in his community.

Only 7% of scouts earn this prestigious award; since 1912 over 2.3 million scouts have earned the Eagle Scout rank.

For more information about Jacob's project and scouting, check out the Troop 325 website.


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