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Bailey Cortright's Eagle Project

Posted on Nov 5 2017 - 8:13pm

Hello everyone, 

My Eagle Scout Project is scheduled for Saturday November 18th at 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM at the Tesoro High School Sustainability Garden (1 Tesoro Creek Road; it is on campus bordering the back lot).
 
The project will consist of removing grass in the Tesoro Sustainability Garden and replacing it with a drought tolerant succulent garden with a path that will meander through the new garden. This will reduce maintenance of the area and serve as a teaching tool to the Environmental Science Students.
 
Bring sunscreen and water. Breakfast and possibly lunch will be provided. If you would like to bring your own tools you may, but we will have a fair amount of tools on site.

All volunteers are welcome to help on this project.

Colin Ditzler's Eagle Project

Posted on May 22 2017 - 6:35am

Yesterday, 19 Scouts and adults came to Boy’s Town to help me complete my Eagle Project.  We built 100’ of Wood Rail Fencing and fixed another 200’, staining all 300’. Everyone worked very hard and we completed it earlier than expected and before the extreme heat of the day arrived.  I want to thank everyone who helped and contributed to my project and I especially want to thank the Dads of former Troop 636 Scouts and a few of our Troop Eagle  Scouts for helping and setting a great example for always giving back and helping others.

John Jamack's Eagle Project

Posted on May 4 2017 - 7:01am
 On Saturday, April 29th, and Sunday, April 30th, 32 scouts and adults completed the reconstruction of the United States map located at Melinda Heights Elementary.We added state letters, state capitals, US territories, a Canadian flag, and a Mexican flag. We had to spend a lot of time scraping away old paint. This was due to not having the right tools to most efficiently scrape away the paint. We also did not have access to water in order to use a power washer. We were able to speed things up by only using one coat of primer instead of two. This was because we were using the same color paint on the state. Once the states were painted, the project was ready for day 2.

Austin Berecz's Eagle Project

Posted on Mar 28 2017 - 6:54am

On Sunday, March 26th, 21 Scouts and Adults completed the installation of 16 steps into Tesoro High School's Nature Garden. The steps will help prevent erosion from occurring, and will help aid in the mobility of the area. We leveled out the dirt where the steps were going to be placed, then we drove 3 pieces of rebar into the ground through the wood, and finally we backfilled the steps with rocks in order to help with drainage. We started at 8 am, and thanks to an amazing group of volunteers we were able to finish ahead of schedule at 12:30 pm just in time for lunch.

I would like to thank Mr. Tubbs from Tesoro High School for giving me this opportunity to complete my Eagle Project. I would also like to thank Mr. Ouellette, Mr. Van Ry, Dr. Earl, and Mr. Weis for guiding me through the process of planning and completing my Eagle Project.  One final thank you to all of the volunteers that helped on the day of the project. - Austin Berecz

James Wildrick's Eagle Project

Posted on Mar 30 2016 - 5:08pm

On March 19, 2016 James Wildrick completed his Eagle project.  The project was at Trabuco Presbyterian Church and participants constructed a regulation sized volleyball court on their field.  It was a lot of fun and all of the help from fellow scouts and friends was appreciated. James would like to especially thank his parents, and his Eagle coaches Mr. Weis and Mr. Shyp, who were all instrumental in helping him prepare as well as getting the projected completed.  Thanks to  Mr. DeBarard for providing James with this opportunity and his help.

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