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Evan Baker, middle, replaced the fishing shed while working his Boy Scout Eagle Award. He's pictured here with Wesley Woods camp director Chip Hutler, left, and Jon Miller, camp maintenance manager, right.

Giving back to your community is a key tenet of any Boy Scout Eagle project. For Evan Baker it meant picking a place “that had impacted me as a person, a place I’ve been as a kid.

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Evan Baker replaced the fishing shed while working his Boy Scout Eagle Award.

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GwenSchroder

This is wonderful, Evan, nice job!! Congratulations on being an Eagle Scout, you make your community proud!

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