Local Scout's Eagle Project Helps Duluth School's Orchard

Created: September 28, 2019 10:49 PM

A Duluth boy scout and his troop worked on his Eagle Scout Project Saturday.

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"It's a shed for the elementary school, so they can hold tools and stuff because they have an orchard here," said boy scout Graham Scheib.

Scheib of Troop 9 held his service project at the North Shore Community School. Along with constructing a shed for the school's orchard, two trees were planted there as well. School staff were excited for the scouts to come and add the addition to the school.

"It is actually a benefit for our school, both for our students and for Graham and his scout troop to have the opportunity to come out here," said Shelly Pierson, Executive Director of North Shore Community School.

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