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An Eagle’s service

Posted 11/25/20

An Eagle's service Noah Ialongo, a member of Boy Scout Troop 8 Cranston, recently planned and led his Eagle Scout service project, which involved sanding and painting the front of the Governor Sprague Mansion's fencing. Ialongo is a lifelong resident of

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An Eagle’s service

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Noah Ialongo, a member of Boy Scout Troop 8 Cranston, recently planned and led his Eagle Scout service project, which involved sanding and painting the front of the Governor Sprague Mansion’s fencing.

Ialongo is a lifelong resident of Cranston and a senior at Bishop Hendricken High School, where he plays lacrosse. He has been involved in Scouting since first grade and served as Troop 8’s senior patrol leader last year. One of his brothers is an Eagle Scout and another, who is younger, hopes to one day earn the rank, too.

For the project, 10 people were allowed to be present at a time. All wore masks and were socially distant. All of the participants were either current or past Scouts or parents who are involved in the troop.

The Lowe’s store on Garfield Avenue in Cranston generously provided donated products and discounts to support the project.

(Submitted photos)

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