Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Carmel Boy Scout Eagle Project benefits Carmel High tennis courts area

Adam Morrison, a junior at Carmel High, completed his Boy Scout Eagle Project at the Carmel High School tennis courts last month.

A starter on the Carmel High School boys tennis team and a member of the Carmel Valley Boy Scout Troop 127, Adam planned, organized and led 23 volunteers in over 200 hours of a community service project benefiting Carmel High School. The project involved the restoration of the tennis court viewing area and replacing worn out railroad tie steps with concrete steps matching Carmel High Schools amphitheater.

Although the program is complete, donations are still being accepted as the total cost was paid by Adam's family, according to Ric Morrison, Adam's father, assistant tennis coach at Carmel High and assistant Boy Scout troop leader.

The cost of project materials was $2,000 and donations may be made to “Padre Parents” with a memo “Eagle Scout Project” and sent to: Carmel High School Padre Parents, 3600 Ocean Avenue Carmel, CA 93922.

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