Cary Scouts earn Eagle rank
Jacob Ramsey Coleman of Cary has attained the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest achievement in Boy Scouting. For his Eagle project, Jacob landscaped and built retaining walls around a new set of concrete steps at the Scottish Hills Recreational Club in Cary. Jacob, the son of Brian and Courtney Coleman, is a freshman at Cary High School and a member of Troop 232.
Brenden McLean became an Eagle Scout at a ceremony in October. He and a group of scouts and volunteers designed and built two corn hole game boards and bean bags for Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers in Durham. Brenden, the son of Scott and Donna McLean, recently moved with his family from Cary to Greenville. He was a student at Green Hope High School and a member of Troop 216 led by Scoutmaster Chuck Gay.
Mensheng Romano became an Eagle Scout in November. He led a group of scouts and adult volunteers to build looms and storage boxes for the Lucy Daniels Center in Cary. Mensheng, the son of Jim and Anna Romano of Cary, is a junior at the North Carolina School of Math and Science in Durham. He is a member of Troop 216.
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