Scout builds cornhole games for recovery center

March 9, 2014 

Brenden McLean built cornhole boards and beanbags for TROSA, a recovery center in Durham.

COURTESY OF KRISTIN MEYER

Brenden McLean has attained the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest achievement in Boy Scouting.

For his Eagle project, Brenden led the construction of two cornhole game boards and bean bags for TROSA, a residential substance abuse recovery center in Durham.

Brenden, the son of Scott and Donna McLean, formerly lived in Cary and attended Green Hope High School. He now lives in Greenville, where he is a junior at D.H. Conley High School.

He is a member of Troop 216 in Cary.

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