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Scout, Mowers, Donors Help Lincoln Village Ministry

Carter Pollock, a Huntsville Eagle Scout, chose Lincoln Village Ministry as his senior project. Carter, along with several friends, worked on the Little Linc playground by building an outdoor sink — especially important for hand washing during the coronavirus outbreak — and a hopscotch area. 

“With the Covid issues we’re facing, Carter had to be very creative in the ways he wanted to make an impact,” Lincoln Village Ministry wrote in a Facebook post. “Off-site he & his friends created items to be used in the expanded Little Linc playground and created some work benches & planning tables to be used in Lincoln North renovations. Such a blessing!”

The additions come during a time of renovation for the Little Linc playground. Recently, a donation from the Kiwanis Club of Huntsville allowed organizers to expand the playground to add more play room for the kids. 

Even if you’re not a Boy Scout or in the Kiwanis Club, there are other ways to help Lincoln Village Ministry during the pandemic. The group recently posted a call for landscapers to help out with some of their properties. You can sign up to help here

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Jessie Harbin

Jessie lives in Meridianville with her husband, baby and four dogs. She thrives on chaos, and loves finding good news stories where you least expect them.

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