Pine Bluffs Post - Serving all of Eastern Laramie County since 1908

Pine Bluffs Life Scout reworks bridge to earn his Eagle Scout badge

 

September 26, 2019

Victoria Smithey/Pine Bluffs Post

Above left: Glenn Smithey takes a stroll across the new bridge inspecting the construction built by Boy Scout Troops 101 and 102.

Pine Bluffs is working on getting its very own Eagle Scout. Aiden Asbury completed his Eagle Scout Project his weekend replacing the slats on the nature trail bridge at the rest stop. With the help of his scout master step-father Heath Stecklein and his mother Bobby Asbury, Aiden was hoping to accumulate at least 120 hours for his project.

The Eagle Scout program was started in 1911. The highest rank that a Boy Scout can achieve, only 4% of the overall Boy Scout Population has achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. No easy feat, the Eagle Scout requires that a young man earn at least twenty-one...



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