One month ago, Boy Scout Matt Hulings beamed with pride when he surveyed the Elks Pavilion at Mead Park.

Hulings, a member of Troop 79, had just finished organizing a team of volunteers that put new shingles on the deteriorating picnic shelter’s roof, painted its seven picnic tables, and cleared away brush and briars as part of his Eagle Scout project.

See the Journal's Thursday, July 2nd edition for full story

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