‘Eagle’s Nest’ key in park’s transformation



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SIERRA VISTA— An effort to build a small park in remembrance of one of a local neighborhood’s most dedicated citizens has been aided by many facets of the community, but one young man’s contribution received a special acknowledgement.

The largest detention basin in McFadden Park will always be known to those close to the project as the “Eagle’s Nest.” The name recognizes the work of 16-year-old Colton James who recruited volunteers, coordinated their work and got his own hands dirty during a grant-funded green infrastructure workshop at the park in May as he pursued the scouts’ highest rank.




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