Eagle Scout picks Portage park project PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 16 May 2013 08:56
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Noah Wagner is pictured at Portage Township Community Park, which he improved for his Eagle Scout project. (Photo: Photo provided)
PORTAGE - A township park has new picnic tables, shelters and dugout benches thanks to a Bowling Green Eagle Scout.
Noah Wagner made the improvements at Portage Township Community Park for his Scout project. His Eagle Court of Honor was April 28.
He built, stained and stenciled four picnic tables, sealed the wood on two picnic shelters, graded the dirt around one of the shelters and planted grass. Noah also built a safety rail around the other shelter, which is a grilling area, to keep people safe.
He also tore out both the visitor and home dugout benches and rebuilt new ones. 
Noah did all of his scouting and his Eagle project under past Scoutmaster Rich Shedron. Jody Germann is the new Scoutmaster for troop 345 sponsored by St. Mark's Lutheran Church.
The 16-year-old is the third of his brothers to make Eagle Scout.
His parents are Tom and Lisa Wagner.
Noah is a sophomore at Bowling Green High School.
He wants to join the Navy ROTC and attend Ohio State University.
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 11:46
 

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