Hurley student honored for scout project


February 16, 2019

Bryan Hellios/Daily Globe

The Hurley K-12 School gave Boy Scout Trevor Lesch a plaque Thursday for his work to plant trees on the school's grounds. The work was part of his Eagle Scout project. From left are, first row, scout Sabastian Yaeger and teacher Roger Peterson; and second row, Troop 323 Scoutmaster and Lesch's father, Chris Lesch, scouts Logan Servinsky, Cody Sobrack and Trevor Lesch, teachers Dan Rye and Jacob Hostettler, principal Melissa Oja and secretary Kellie Hitter.


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HURLEY - The Hurley school presented a plaque made by Northwood Manufacturing to Trevor Lesch Thursday for planting trees at the school for his project to become an Eagle Scout.

Lesch said the reason he chose this project is because it will benefit the school for years to come.

"They will eventually grow into big trees to provide shading and wind-breaking that will end up saving the school energy," he said.

Lesch planted a total of 18 sugar maple trees each 6 feet tall in two groups on the eastern and southern side of the school's grounds. He chose t...

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