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Eagle Scout project creates accessible planters
Scouts from Troop 35 built several wheelchair accessible planters at the Sensory Garden Playground in the Danada South area of the DuPage Forest Preserve. They worked with the Wheaton Park District, built the planters from the ground up and filled … Continue reading
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Troop 35 sleds on cardboard
Scouts in Troop 35 love sledding, but sledding on cardboard? Well, take a look for yourself. The photos tell the story of a great time at the Northside Park sledding hill. Patrols created their own sleds out of a huge … Continue reading
Scouts serve at “Pull-Up Bars for Patriots”
Troop 35 led the Pledge of Allegiance at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the inaugural Pull-Up Bars for Patriots memorial at Rathje Park in Wheaton. The permanent memorial honors LCpl. Nicholas Larson, a United States Marine who died for his country. … Continue reading
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