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Scouts make Eagle projects personal

It’s not just nature trails, birdhouses anymore

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While Eagle Scout projects used to be mostly about conservation, now they are about everything from fixing baseball fields to building a stand to make it easier to clean flags. Today’s Scouts choose projects that reflect their interests. For his project, Justin Russell of Clifton Park combined his love of firefighting with love of Boy Scouts. Russell has been interested in the fire service since he was 14, in part because there is a fire ...

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