Eagle Scout Project builds swing set for Carmelite Home for Girls

Written by Nicholas Serrano. Posted in People in the News

Published on August 18, 2011 with No Comments

For his Eagle Scout project, Matt Kresich enlisted his fellow-Troop members of Troop 542, St. Thomas More in Munster, in constructing a toddler swing set for the children at St. Joseph Carmelite Home For Girls, East Chicago.

Kresich also made a monetary donation to St. Joseph Carmelite Home For Girls. He has been a volunteer there for several years.

The St. Joseph Carmelite Home For Girls is a residential treatment center/emergency shelter for children up to 18 years of age. It provides a safe and loving environment for children in need due to trauma, neglect or abuse.

Among the project donors to the St. Joseph Carmelite Home For Girls project: Christenson Chevrolet of Highland; Our Lady of Grace Altar and Rosary; Daughters of Isabella; Knights of Columbus Council 8080; Aqua Jet Car Swash; Griffith Savings bank; Puntillo Orthodontics; Family Eye Center; Region Signs; Daniel Dernulc; Mary Espitia; Mary Guiterrez; Robert Kuva; Home Depot; Lowe’s.

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