WORKING ON EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT
by Jennifer Cohron
Aug 27, 2013 | 1059 views | 0 0 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Kyle Johnson adjusts one of the sensory boards he built for Equines Assisting Special Individuals as part of an Eagle Scout project. Johnson built or refurbished a total of five boards and constructed three adjustable stands as well as a new sign for EASI. Among those who assisted with the project were Luke Peacock and Kyle’s father, Darryl Johnson. Johnson is a member of Troop 10, which is chartered by Woodland Trace Church of Christ in Jasper. – Photo by: Jennifer Cohron.
Kyle Johnson adjusts one of the sensory boards he built for Equines Assisting Special Individuals as part of an Eagle Scout project. Johnson built or refurbished a total of five boards and constructed three adjustable stands as well as a new sign for EASI. Among those who assisted with the project were Luke Peacock and Kyle’s father, Darryl Johnson. Johnson is a member of Troop 10, which is chartered by Woodland Trace Church of Christ in Jasper. – Photo by: Jennifer Cohron.
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