Local scout finishes picnic shelter for his Eagle project

Anyone who has had contact with the Boy Scouts of America in the past 100 years is likely to have heard the statistic that only two of every 100 young men that enter the scouting program reach the level of Eagle Scout. One such local man is Ryan Walker Jr. of Amelia.

Walker submitted his appropriate paperwork to the Dan Beard Council and is awaiting the news that all his i’s were dotted and t’s were crossed. For his Eagle project Walker took on the task of building a picnic shelter for the residents of the Quehl Home on U.S. 50, part of the Clermont Adult Residential Homes. The home serves as a residents for adult clients of the Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities.