Golden Knights Unite for Eagle Scout Project: Over 120 Service Hours Dedicated to Switzer Falls Trailhead

It’s amazing to see what can be accomplished when a team works together in support of a common purpose! This weekend, St. Francis High School’s Carter Randall ’25 was joined by 7 other Golden Knights from the class of 2025 to complete his Eagle Scout project. Jackson Chylinski, Cade Asplund, Dylan Allen, Jack Amerine, Bradley Bengford, Michael Saeva and Griffin Ulrich joined 18 other volunteers to provide over 120 hours of service in one day to do much needed safety and maintenance work at the Switzer Falls Trailhead in the Angeles National Forest.

Under Carter’s leadership, this team completed a number of important renovations to this popular recreation spot; they installed four signs for the trail; cleared the fire lanes of mud and debris; repainted the red curbs (just in time for the search and rescue trucks to have a place to park when they responded to an emergency call in the afternoon); repainted the handicap spot, parking and stop lines; and removed rust, repainted the entrance gate and applied reflective stickers to the gate.

SFHS thanks and congratulates Carter and his team members for their service to the community!

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