Garrett and his helpers built a “Stations of the Flag” display for the Folds of Honor Foundation, an Oklahoma-based nonprofit that provides scholarships to spouses and children of fallen and disabled military service members. The
Christian’s chartered organization’s parking lot needed restriping. With support his family, friends and Troop, he planned and executed the project. The task took approximately 10 hours. — Christian, Troop 74, Coram, N.Y.
Jordan and his helpers built a Gaga ball pit for a local community center.
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• Allow you to show planning, development and leadership skills.
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