In the October 2014 issue of Boys’ Life, we told you about the Big D Fleur-de-lis service project hosted by the Circle Ten Council, at which 5,920 pounds of aluminum were collected, arranged in the shape of a fleur-de-lis, then recycled.
The time-lapse video below gives you a good idea of the project, which was conducted to encourage Scouts to recycle their aluminum (and anything else that’s recyclable, for that matter).
Check it out.
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