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Dillon Evans earns Eagle

Dillon Evans of Salisbury is receiving his Eagle Scout award today, July 13, 2014, in a ceremony at Central United Methodist Church in Spencer. A member of Troop 349, Dillon started Scouts at 11 years of age. His Eagle project included major improvements to Spencer Woods Walking Trail. He offers special thanks to his leader, Steve Miller, and everyone who helped and donated to his project.
Dillon says of his years in Boy Scouts: All the hard work, challenges and even the fun in Scouts are a huge part of what’s molded him into the person he is; and being an Eagle Scout is something he is very proud of achieving.
The son of Loretta and Allen Evans of Salisbury, he is a student at North Rowan High School.

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