Eagle Scout project completed at Courtney Elementary


By Kitsey Burns Harrison - kburns@yadkinripple.com



Jacob Huffman moves in picnic tables he constructed using salvaged wood from the former Courtney Elementary School gymnasium as part of his Eagle Scout project.


Submitted photos

Boy Scout Jacob Huffman uses wood from the former Courtney gym to build picnic tables for the school playground for his Eagle Scout project.


Submitted photos

A start date for construction of the new Courtney Elementary School gym has not yet been determined, but Yadkin County Schools Superintendent Dr. Todd Martin said things are moving forward. The gym was destroyed last spring when a tornado ripped through the area.

Forbush High School student Jacob Huffman has completed his Eagle Scout project using reclaimed materials from the former gym at Courtney. Huffman made picnic tables for the playground area at Courtney using salvaged wood from the tongue and groove ceiling of the old gym.

Huffman is a member of Troop 655 in Yadkinville.

Kitsey Burns Harrison may be reached at 336-679-2341 or on Twitter and Instagam @RippleReporterK.

Jacob Huffman moves in picnic tables he constructed using salvaged wood from the former Courtney Elementary School gymnasium as part of his Eagle Scout project.
http://www.yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/web1_picnictable_2.jpgJacob Huffman moves in picnic tables he constructed using salvaged wood from the former Courtney Elementary School gymnasium as part of his Eagle Scout project. Submitted photos

Boy Scout Jacob Huffman uses wood from the former Courtney gym to build picnic tables for the school playground for his Eagle Scout project.
http://www.yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/web1_picnictable_3.jpgBoy Scout Jacob Huffman uses wood from the former Courtney gym to build picnic tables for the school playground for his Eagle Scout project. Submitted photos

By Kitsey Burns Harrison

kburns@yadkinripple.com

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