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Eagle Scout project benefits Camp Rainbow

Contributed Story Posted 10 September 2013 at 12:00 am

Photos by Michael Karcz

RIDGEWAY – Albion Boy Scout Ben Kirby is working on his Eagle Scout project at Camp Rainbow, installing a new entrance gate, building new seesaws and removing the old ones, and replacing the doors on a tool shed.

Kirby is overseeing a team of Scouts and volunteers on the projects at the camp owned by The Arc of Orleans County. In the top picture, Kirby watches Josh Raymond work on removing an old seesaw. Kirby’s father Dennis, left, provides some instruction on the projects.

In the bottom photo, volunteer Ryan Haight, left, works to remove an old door on the tool shed with some help from Kevin Gardner.