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Prayer garden part of Eagle Scout project

Nick Conroy, an Eagle Scout candidate from Troop 109, is constructing a prayer garden at the Solid Rock Baptist Church on Hammonds Ferry Road as his Eagle project. The sophomore at Lansdowne High School started his project at age 14 after seeing other Scouts in his troop scramble to get their projects done before the deadline of their 18th birthday. He could have started his Eagle project sooner, but he postponed it to help older scouts finish their projects before the deadline. Nick said he plans to stay active in his troop once he becomes an Eagle Scout and work toward the Eagle Palms, awards an Eagle Scout attains by earning more merit badges. Brandon Lurz, another member of the troop, which is sponsored by Dewey Lowman American Legion Post 109, has already completed his Eagle Scout project.
Nick Conroy, an Eagle Scout candidate from Troop 109, is constructing a prayer garden at the Solid Rock Baptist Church on Hammonds Ferry Road as his Eagle project. The sophomore at Lansdowne High School started his project at age 14 after seeing other Scouts in his troop scramble to get their projects done before the deadline of their 18th birthday. He could have started his Eagle project sooner, but he postponed it to help older scouts finish their projects before the deadline. Nick said he plans to stay active in his troop once he becomes an Eagle Scout and work toward the Eagle Palms, awards an Eagle Scout attains by earning more merit badges. Brandon Lurz, another member of the troop, which is sponsored by Dewey Lowman American Legion Post 109, has already completed his Eagle Scout project. (Phil Grout, Patuxent Publishing)

Nick Conroy, an Eagle Scout candidate from Troop 109, is constructing a prayer garden at the Solid Rock Baptist Church on Hammonds Ferry Road as his Eagle project.

The garden will be open to the public.

The sophomore at Lansdowne High School started his project at age 14 after seeing other Scouts in his troop scramble to get their projects done before the deadline of their 18th birthday.

He said he could have started his Eagle project sooner, but he postponed it to help older Scouts finish their projects before the deadline.

He said he plans to stay active in his troop even after he becomes an Eagle Scout and work toward the Eagle Palms, awards an Eagle Scout attains by earning more merit badges.

Brandon Lurz, another member of the troop, which is sponsored by Dewey Lowman American Legion Post 109 in Arbutus, has already completed his Eagle Scout

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