Two Eagle Scouts awards
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Terek Esplin and Nash Freestone recently completed their Eagle Scout awards.  Courtesy photo
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Terek Esplin and Nash Freestone of Monticello have completed their projects and earned the rank of Eagle Scout.

Terek constructed three cinder block flower rings and a block boarder around the entry sign for the Monticello City Cemetery.

Nash built a snow fence east of Monticello.

Terek is the son of Tony and Desiree Esplin and the grandson of Rosalie Esplin of Mt. Carmel, UT and Dan E. and Gladys Vacher of Green River, UT.

Nash is the son of Alan and Brenda Freestone and the grandson of Arlow and Sue Freestone

Both Eagle recipients were awarded their Eagle at the Monticello First Ward scout banquet.

Lyle Anderson conducted the Eagle Court of Honor and pinning ceremony.

Terek would like to thank Billy Maloy for his volunteer assistance in cutting cinder block for the project. Also, a special thank you to the cemetery board for supporting and funding his project. And all of the family and friends that assisted with the construction.

Nash would like to thank all those who were so willing to help him with his project
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