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Glenshaw Boy Scouts earn their wings

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By Staff Report
Wednesday, July 23, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

Boy Scout Troop 560 of St. Bonaventure Church in Glenshaw honored Collin Heiry, Clinton Volle and Cameron Heiry in June at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor.

Collin and Cameron are the sons of Mike and Jane Heiry, and Clint is the son of Ken and Ruth Volle, all of Glenshaw.

Collin's project was to continue to build an Americans with Disabilities Act compliant, elevated boardwalk section of the Wahdogwas Trail in North Park, and to install 10 signs that tell visitors about plants and wildlife there.

Clint's project consisted of designing and building two raised garden beds for residents of Vincentian Personal Care Home. The wheelchair and walker accessible beds will give the residents a place to garden without bending over.

Cameron's project was to renovate the history room at the Glenshaw Public Library by painting walls, organizing books, framing 30 pictures and newspaper articles and installing a tile floor. He also obtained a conference table for the meeting room and built a bookshelf.

Collin, Clinton and Cameron joined Cub Scout Pack 560 at age 7 and later earned the highest award, the Arrow of Light.

Collin and Cameron will be seniors at Central Catholic High School in Oakland, and Clint will be a senior at Shaler Area High School.

 

 
 


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