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Eagle Scouts build outdoor dog run for Fayette Animal Shelter

Eagle Scouts team up to build an outdoor fenced area for the shelter dogs to exercise at the Fayette County Animal Shelter. Participating in the project are (L-R) Jack Lloyd, Boy Scout Troop 211; Chad Landgren, Troop 212; Garrett MaClaughlan, Troop 212; Ned Gray, Troop 212; and Matt Mosgrove, Troop 212. This was Ned Gray’s Eagle Scout Project. Submitted by Fred R. Sisson, director of Animal Control for Fayette County. The shelter's website is www.fayettecountyga.gov/animal_control/index.asp.

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Scouts. Look at those cute puppy faces. The doggies, not the Scouts.:)

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