Boy Scouts in Las Vegas help Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada as part of one of their Eagle Scout projects.

Over 40 Scouts, adult leaders and parents showed up from Boy Scout Troop 912 and Boy Scout Troop 770 to plant new shrubs, scrub down hand railings and pick up trash including more than 400 cigarette butts at Catholic Charities. Boy Scouts who become candidates for their highest rank, Eagle Scout, must complete an approved community service project before appearing in front of an Eagle Board of Review which determines if the Scout has earned the rank of Eagle Scout.

During the service project, the staff and members of the community who are served by Catholic Charities were pleased to see the Scouts and appreciative of their work to help make the grounds more beautiful. The plants should grow into plush bushes and be a long standing reminder of how the Boy Scouts in Las Vegas serve the community.

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