Daniels Park Celebrates FIVE Eagle Scouts!

Daniels Park recently had the priviledge of honoring five young men as they earned their Eagle Scout Awards! Congratulations to these fine young men! Here is what these young men did in order to receive this great honor:

Brady P.

Brady P.’s Eagle Project involved creating 65 blankets for children in need.  Brady worked with managers of the Ronald McDonald House.  The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver provides a home away from home for families of children being treated at area hospitals.  The blankets will provide warmth and comfort for families as they wait for their children to return to good health.

Ethan L.

Ethan L.’s Eagle Project involved a landscaping project for Redstone Elementary Garden.  His project included designing the flower beds, researching plants that would be strong in Colorado’s climate, securing donations and executing his design.  On the work days, Ethan lead a group of volunteers through several jobs.  These included tilling the ground, installing edging, planting of shrubs and flowers and mulching the beds.  


Cameron W.

Cameron W.’s Eagle Project included painting fencing around the gardens at Heritage Elementary, painting a chicken coop and chicken run at Heritage Elementary and constructing and painting new garden signs at Heritage Elementary.


Spencer J.

Spencer J.’s Eagle Project involved building a Chicken Run for Heritage Elementary School.  In 2013 Heritage Elementary’s “Farm Committee” (which was a group of 5th grade students and their Health Teacher) had a goal to raise chickens in their School’s community garden.  To help fulfill this goal, Spencer designed and constructed a chicken run which today supports 12 chickens.

Jake H.


(From Left:  Cameron W., Ethan L., Jake H., Brady P. and Spencer J.)
Once again, congratulations!!! Thank you for sharing your accomplishment with us, and being such good examples in our community!

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