Community Bank of Florida is eager to share the big news - more than 20 Boy Scouts and adult supporters completed an Eagle Scout project at Homestead Bayfront Park on Saturday, October 20, 2012. Eagle candidate Tyler Wansakul, of Troop 69 in Princeton shared that nearly 200 community service hours were contributed to the project. Scouts renovated a pavilion adjacent to the boat ramp, the boater’s safety instruction area, and a lifeguard tower. The lifeguard tower, in dire need of repair, was uniquely painted in Miami Dolphin colors, including an animated dolphin.
To become an Eagle Scout, a Boy Scout candidate must plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to his community. Local Boy Scout Troop 69 continues their 66 year history of helping young men achieve the Scout’s highest honor. The completion of this project brings their total Eagle Scout recipients to over 250.
Pictured are left to right: Sammy Kirkland, Kenneth Demason, Drew Collins, Jacob Hoffman, Sr. Mark Hadley, Tyler Wansakul, and Brad Hadley