Seven Boy Scouts from Troop 30 in Los Altos recently received Eagle Scout honors at a Court of Honor ceremony at Christ Episcopal Church of Los Altos, where the troop meets.
To become an Eagle Scout, Scouts must plan and execute a service project.
The Eagle Scouts and their projects:
• James Doherty installed slope erosion measures in a steep area on the Christ Episcopal Church church grounds, including irrigation and planting ivy to stabilize the slopes.
• Jack Gordon relandscaped an unused large plant bed at Christ Episcopal, developing an irrigation plan and planting new drought-tolerant plants.
• McClane Howland completed several improvements at the Cedar Creek Care Facility for Alzheimer’s in Los Gatos, including installing planter boxes and a chalkboard and refurbishing an aviary housing doves.
• Jake Lillie designed, built and installed two scorekeeper tables and benches for Los Altos-Mountain View PONY Baseball on the fields at Blach Intermediate and Covington schools.
• Mitchell Mertz installed a 230-foot-long split-rail fence at Redwood Grove in Los Altos. The fence protects a conservation area that has been replanted with native California plants.
• Axel Michaud designed and constructed an outdoor spiritual area at Los Altos Lutheran Church. The project consisted of building a garden in the center, constructing a flagstone path lining the garden and installing two benches.
• Trip Truman led the construction of an Argentine barbecue grill at Christ Episcopal Church. The grill offers four times the grilling area previously available, as well as additional countertop workspace.
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