Feel like we should play Men at Work for them this morning.

Three Burton teenagers took it upon themselves to do something for the community through their Eagle Scout project - they built three different play areas at Bahritte Elementary.

Jaxon McDaniel built a stage with a ramp and handicap seating. His brother Oliver built a fence around the area, and fellow aspiring Eagle Scout Samuel Mobley repurposed some sandboxes and built a mud kitchen.

The project was HUGE - it required state approval and help from an architect. There will be a ribbon-cutting and opening ceremony at Bahritte Elementary on August 22nd.

Fine young men we've got here! Congrats, boys!

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