Each of their Eagle Scout projects needed more than 100 man-hours of labor and benefited Pleasanton as follows:
* Reedy supervised the sanding and painting of three large tram trailers at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. These trams are used to transport fair attendees around the property.
* McMurdie led volunteers to paint and refurbish a Fairgrounds building used for various purposes.
* Snell worked to inventory and replace 36 damaged or missing classroom emergency backpacks and supplies at Walnut Grove Elementary School.
* Nesci directed the installation of 20 15-gallon plants at the Fairgrounds to provide shade and beautify the area.
Reedy and Nesci are in the Amador Marching Band, which regularly competes with other bands. McMurdie is currently a lifeguard at the Dolores Bengtson Aquatic Center in Pleasanton and is on the Amador swim team. Snell is an avid mountain biker and provides guidance to Scouts interested in the sport.
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