Eagle Scout completes police shooting range project

By on August 10, 2012

ELBURN—Eagle Boy Scout candidate Michael Aderman presented the Elburn Police Department with a check for $2,097.59, the total cost of the project he completed for the shooting range at the end of South Street. As part of his Eagle Scout project, Aderman built a brick patio at the shooting range and repainted the benches. He obtained donations of bricks and pavers among other materials from local businesses.

“The Scout Troop has done a yeoman’s job with volunteering projects in this community,” Village President Dave Anderson said. “That’s what this town is all about—volunteerism. You (Aderman and Troop 7) are to be commended.”

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One Comment

  1. EddieLebeck

    August 10, 2012 at 8:37 AM

    Great job on the completion of the Eagle Scout project, I have the highest respect for Eagle Scouts.

    It is a shame that it had to be the nuisance firing range that was improved.

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