Troop 128 members and family members who created a gravel bed for Churchill Road’s composters are (from left to right): Luke Carlisle, Waleed Khartami, George Carter, Reilly Jeddy, Walker Haynes, Simon Suttcliffe, Connor Yuzon, Jake Holzapfel, Jed Holzapfel, Garrison Edwards, Christian Markwart, Will Arrison, Luther Markwart and Betsy Stone.
Photo by Liz Holzapfel
Four Eagle Scout candidates from Troop 128 have recently completed their service projects at Churchill Road Elementary School. During October and November, Langley High School junior Jake Holzapfel created a gravel bed for the school’s four composters. Classmate Reilly Jeddy and Marcus Riddle laid a new foundation for a paver stone pathway and installed retaining barriers around the front flower beds to prevent erosion, and built a 16 foot by 8 foot passive compost bin, respectively. McLean High School senior Simon Sutcliffe created a gravel bed around the school’s two greenhouses. The Churchill Road community thanks Troop 128 for their partnership and hard work to improve the Churchill Road campus and facility.