Donation helps defray costs of Scout project
Boy Scout R.J. Kral was presented with a check by Woodford County Heritage Committee President Phyllis Mattingly on Feb. 18 at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site. The donation helped defray the cost of materials for five picnic tables and three outdoor benches, which were built by Boy Scout Troop No. 14 Scouts as part of R.J.'s Eagle Scout service project.
Donation helps defray costs of Scout project Boy Scout R.J. Kral was presented with a check by Woodford County Heritage Committee President Phyllis Mattingly on Feb. 18 at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site. The donation helped defray the cost of materials for five picnic tables and three outdoor benches, which were built by Boy Scout Troop No. 14 Scouts as part of R.J.'s Eagle Scout service project.
Donation helps defray costs of Scout project Boy Scout R.J. Kral was presented with a check by Woodford County Heritage Committee President Phyllis Mattingly on Feb. 18 at the Jack Jouett House Historic Site. The donation helped defray the cost of materials for five picnic tables and three outdoor benches, which were built by Boy Scout Troop No. 14 Scouts as part of R.J.'s Eagle Scout service project.

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