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Troop 55 Eagle Scout David Hindman wanted to choose an Eagle project that would have a local impact on our community’s response to the pandemic. He settled on building a mobile library for Methodist Hospital. Along with a team of volunteers, David, a senior at St. John’s School, designed, built, and painted three mobile bookcases to be used in various locations throughout the hospital. To stock the bookshelves, David reached out to the community for donations, and his family’s garage quickly began filling with more than 500 books. The doctors and nurses at Methodist Hospital are thrilled to have something to take their minds off the tough work they do, even for just a little while, and new books to read are the perfect escape.
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