Monday, June 18, 2012

Eagle Projects in Taylorsville

From time to time we have scouts call who want to do their Eagle Scout project to help the City of Taylorsville. We have Eagle Scouts who have gathered supplies for the emergency caches, made wood backboards to transport injured in case of emergency, cleaned up the UDOT property on 6200 South off the South Jordan Canal Road, and helped make cribbing or bandages. 

One recent project included several days of painting walls that had previously been painted with graffiti. Isaiah Vealoloko chose this as his project.

Last week this same scout troop helped with the garden boxes on the east side of City Hall, spending several hours Saturday and Monday.

The Scout Committee Chair, Luci Makalio, has helped 11 boys last year and seven boys this year get their Eagle Scout award. She has made a difference in the lives of these scouts, and in the quality of life for all Taylorsville residents. Some of the other  Eagle projects she has helped with include painting all the fire hydrants in the city and cleaning up a park.

Thank you to all of you who help make Taylorsville a better place!

If anyone is interested in doing an Eagle Project in the city, you can contact John Inch Morgan or Lisa Schwartz at 801-963-5400.

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