Marysville Boy Scout Kevin Mulvaney helped rebuild the park sign at Lake Stevens Disc Golf Course as part of his work to earn the Eagle Scout Award. (Contributed photo)

Marysville Boy Scout Kevin Mulvaney helped rebuild the park sign at Lake Stevens Disc Golf Course as part of his work to earn the Eagle Scout Award. (Contributed photo)

Boy Scout rehabilitates disc golf sign for Eagle project

Boy Scout Kevin Mulvaney coordinated a volunteer effort to rebuild a park sign for the Lake Stevens Disc Golf Course as part of a project to earn his Eagle Scout Award, the scouting program’s highest rank. The sign had deteriorated over the years and had been struck by a vehicle. The original sign was sanded, painted, and reinstalled with the addition of a raised flower bed.

Mulvaney is a sophomore at Grace Academy.

He is a member of Boy Scout Troop 180, chartered by the Knights of Columbus 7683 and St. Mary Catholic Church. A Court of Honor ceremony will be held Oct. 27.

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