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Adam Hall is joined by his fellow Boy Scouts who helped with the project.

A Cherokee County School District student has earned Eagle Scout through a project supporting Clark Creek Elementary School STEM Academy students. Sequoyah High School junior, Adam Hall, built and installed six Little Free Library boxes for mobile home parks in Clark Creek’s attendance area for his Eagle Scout project. Students can pick books out from these little libraries, then read them, exchange them or keep them. The Little Free Library initiative in the Clark Creek community was started by Madeline Hall, the school’s retired media specialist. The new boxes will be checked on and replenished monthly by Clark Creek teachers Christy Driskell, Pam Griffin and Erin Hatcher using books donated by the community. “We are proud of his accomplishment and happy to see students get access to books to take home, read and share with their families,” Principal Joey Moss said.

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