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Three thousand tons of sand was added to the nesting grounds for the least terns at Alameda Point in late February and early March. In the weeks that followed, volunteers from St. George Spirits and the Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts came out to help make the site ready for the arrival of the terns in mid-April.

Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts help prepare least tern nest area

For his Eagle project Stewart organized volunteers to paint the doors and railings of the portable buildings at Alameda Community Learning Center’s (ACLC) campus, 400 Grand St.

To improve the look of the new campus and help establish it as ACLC’s new home, Stewart worked with student and faculty leaders to choose a paint color and define the scope of the project.

He signed up 75 volunteers and logged more than 350 hours of service.