Eagle Scout projects and scout activities in Shoreline

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Kyle Gugger created a new world map
for the Highland Terrace playground
Photo by Steve Gugger

This summer three scouts from Troop 325 completed Eagle Scout projects in our community.

Mark Yamane built a little lending library at Cromwell Park
Finn Simonsen made improvements to the parking lot and gardens at Norse Home in north Seattle Kyle Gugger created a new world map for the Highland Terrace Elementary playground.

Photo by Craig Yamane
Boy Scouts is for boys who want to experience outdoor adventures, learn mountaineering skills, experience leadership and volunteering opportunities.

In the last few summers, Troop 325 scouts attended high adventure camps in Oregon and Washington, cycled 125+ miles in the San Juans and on Iron Horse Trail, backpacked in the Cascades and canoed 70+ miles in the Canadian wilderness!

The scouts are planning for more fun activities this year and welcome new boys and parents to join the troop. They meet Monday nights at 7:15pm at First Lutheran Church of Richmond Beach on 8th Avenue NW, Shoreline 98177 throughout the year or on a planned weekend outing.

For information, call or email Andy Simonsen, Assistant Scoutmaster 425-640-8066.



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