Connor Miller is St. Martin’s newest Eagle Scout

25 Nov

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Congratulations to Connor Miller, from Boy Scout Troop 110 at St. Martin Lutheran Church, who recently earned his Eagle Scout rank.

Connor’s Eagle Scout Project consisted of building an outdoor shelter for Nature’s Haven, a non-profit wildlife rehabilitator in Webster. The shelter allows Nature’s Haven to re-acclimate wildlife to the outdoors before releasing them back into the wild.

More than 50 volunteers helped Connor complete his project in June, working for a combined 382 hours. The project was selected as Eagle Project of the Month for September 2019 by the Seneca Waterways Council Eagle Project of the Month Committee and is now under consideration for the honor of Eagle Project of the Year.

Connor also organized a supply drive for Nature’s Haven, providing much-needed supplies to help with the care of the animals.

Currently, Connor is a junior at Wayne-Finger Lakes Pathways in Technology Early College High School located in Newark. Through the program, Connor will receive both a high school diploma and an Associate’s Degree from Finger Lakes Community College.

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2 Responses to “Connor Miller is St. Martin’s newest Eagle Scout”

  1. Kimberly Benzoni November 25, 2019 at 7:36 am #

    Wow! Where’s the shelter/organization located?

  2. websterontheweb November 25, 2019 at 8:43 am #

    That’s a very good question. The press release didn’t specify, but I did find an online reference to its being located on Plank Rd.

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