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By Natalie Gorsuch
Williamsburg Correspondent 

Introducing Williamsburg

Eagle Scout's Project Welcomes Visitors to Williamsburg

 
Series: Williamsburg | Story 42

Natalie Gorsuch

Joey Kunsman, 18, a senior at Williamsburg Community High School, made the entrance and exit signs to the borough his Eagle Scout Project. The project involved multiple approvals, planning, fund-raising and perseverance. Kunsman thanked his Scout masters throughout the years – Troy Richardson, Andrei Merritts, Mike Simmons and Kasey Harpster for helping Kunsman hopes to add annuals to the area around sign when the weather turns nicer.

For senior Joey Kunsman, forming ideas for his Eagle Scout project, he had two choices.

One choice was to do a project in Williamsburg highlighting the Trail Town initiative or fix up an old cemetery in Hollidaysburg which was in desperate need of repair.

"I wanted to stay as local as possible," Kunsman said of his brainstorming.

Kunsman talked to Dave Cadle of Williamsburg, who suggested changing the entrance sign in Williamsburg to reflect the ever-changing landscape of the Trail Town initiative.

Kunsman has been in the Boy Scouts of America since 5th grade, and had joined the Tiger Scou...



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