And one more on deck

Max Hadden and Andrew Platt of Cold Spring and Ethan Penner of Garrison are the latest Eagle Scouts from Philipstown Boy Scout Troop 437.

Max Hadden, Andrew Platt and Ethan Penner (photo provided)

Hadden, a sophomore at Poughkeepsie Day, built landscape stairs and replaced a fence at the Randolph School in Wappingers Falls for his Eagle Scout project; Platt, a senior at Haldane High School, made picnic tables and refurbished outdoor furniture for the Putnam History Museum; and Penner, a senior at O’Neill High School, built and set up four bat houses for the Desmond-Fish Library.

A fourth Scout, Colin Waldron of Garrison, will soon go before the Eagle Board of Review to discuss his project, an outdoor stage at the Garrison School.

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