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The Diamond Academy would like to thank Braylon Haubert for his outstanding accomplishment on his Eagle Scout project. He was instrumental in coordinating getting a batting cage for Cape Horn Baseball Fields.
Our community will benefit greatly by having a batting cage at Cape Horn Park.
We also want to thank the following organizations and companies for donating materials to this project: Manchester Baseball, Shuster Concrete, Bosley Construction, King Sports Construction of Mt.Airy Md, True Value of Hampstead Md and Lowes of Westminster. This project would not have been completed without them. Thank you all.
The Diamond Academy staffed interviewed Braylon regarding his Eagle Scout accomplishment and here is what he had to say.
How long have you been in scouts? I have been in scouts for over 9 years.
What does it mean to be an Eagle Scout? Becoming an Eagle Scout is essentially revolves around leadership and several other important qualities. It takes a lot of work to achieve the Eagle rand and it is estimated that only 8% of scouts get to the eagle level. One of the most important requirements is completing a project that benefits the community.
Why did you choose a batting cage? I love both baseball and scouts. I wanted to build a project that would last, and serve the community. Manchester Baseball had this batting cage, and I had noticed that more and more people began using Cape Horn Park. Ultimately, I decided to construct this batting cage because it is very valuable to baseball players that use this field.
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