School painted for Eagle project

Daden Jorgensen was working to complete his Eagle award in Boy Scouts. He organized a painting party to paint the outside of one of the classrooms at the Lillian Vallely Elementary School during August. Youth helped paint a classroom at the Lillian Vallely Elementary School to help Daden Jorgensen achieve his Eagle award in Boy Scouts.
By: 
LESLIE MIELKE
Staff Writer

Daden Jorgensen completed his Eagle Scout project just under the wire; he turned 18 on Friday, Aug. 11.
"I had completed my Life award; all I had left to do for my Eagle was the project," Jorgensen said. "My scout leader asked me if I was going to get (my Eagle) done or waste all that work. I decided to get it done."
For his project, Jorgensen, 12 youths and two adults, painted the outside of one of the classroom buildings at the Lillian Vallely Elementary School near Fort Hall. The painting parties took place on Friday, Aug. 4, and Monday, Aug. 7.
For the full story, read it in the Saturday, Aug. 12, edition of the Morning News.

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