Scout Project Helps Habitat For Humanity

Posted: November 4, 2012 at 4:52 a.m.

Josiah May, 17, left, and Cody Rodgers, 15, work together Saturday to dig up a bush blocking the rock sign marking the entrance to the Habitat Trails Neighborhood in Rogers. The pair were part of a group from Boy Scout Troop 777 working to clean up the neighborhood as part of the Eagle Scout project for Jake Roberts.

Habitat for Humanity homeowners in a Rogers neighborhood will have new landscaping thanks to a Scout completing his Eagle Scout Service Project.

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