Girl Scout Builds Pavilion At Greenville Firehouse

This Sunday, local Girl Scout Carley Sutton will unveil a project she recently completed as the final step in qualifying for the Girl Scouts’ Gold Award, the highest honor given by the organization.
The project is located at the Greenville Fire Protection District Firehouse on Harris Avenue and an open house will be held as part of the dedication ceremony.

“I’ve built a pavilion over a barbecue pit that my brother built for his Eagle Scout project four years ago, so we’re kind of building it as a family thing,” Sutton told WGEL. “During the open house there will be demonstrations like the cutting up of a car with the Jaws of Life and there will be a kids’ activity center.”

Carley expressed her thanks to Green Construction for their help with the project.

The public is invited to the dedication and open house this Sunday, October 12 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. with a special ceremony at 3:00 p.m.

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