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Eagle Scout Prepares a Remodel at Child Advocacy Center

On Tuesday, October 16, Georgetown Eagle Scout Candidate Lucas Friggler was joined by Judge Bill Gravell, Williamson County District Attorney Shawn Dick, Sheriff Robert Chody, and other volunteers to help renovate the Williamson County Child Advocacy Center.

Friggler and other Boy Scouts have organized the renovation as part of their troop’s merit badge project.

Friggler wrote to several County officials in hopes that they would support and engage with his project for the sake of the kids who “deserve better.”

He hopes his Eagle project will benefit the kids of Williamson County by updating and renovating the inquiry room at the District Attorney’s office. Friggler said, “I have seen these rooms and find them below a standard my parent or likely you yourself would allow for your own children.”

The project is even more personal than his merit badge; Friggler’s family is currently waiting for a child to foster-adopt themselves.

The Scouts and County officials will also be working together to update and renovate the outdoor gazebo, a place for rest and quiet for all who visit. Visit Wilcocac.org/ for information or to support the center.

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