Collin Bailey Eagle Scout

Collin Bailey is honored by the City of Dunwoody after completing his Eagle Scout Project, for which he built multiple garden beds for the Country Gardens Retirement Home. 

DUNWOODY, Ga. — Dunwoody’s Collin Bailey was honored on May 19 as an Eagle Scout after completing his final project. 

Bailey is a Dunwoody native from Mill Glen Neighborhood and a rising senior at Wesleyan School. He is part of Troop 266 out of Dunwoody United Methodist Church led by Scoutmaster Phil Stovall. 

For his Eagle project Bailey built two standing garden beds and two ground garden beds at the Country Gardens Retirement Home in Dunwoody. 

The gardens will be used to provide the residents of the facility with a fun activity and fresh vegetables.

He held troop leadership positions such as, assistant senior patrol leader, Wolverine patrol leader, troop librarian and Cub Scout day camp assistant counselor. 

His High Adventure Trips included Philmont Scout Ranch in June 2016 and Northern Tier Adventure in July 2017.

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