NPHS senior says challenge has given him 'sense of pride'


After two years of work, Cory Sitler of New Palestine accomplished his goal of placing a welcome sign at Sugar Creek Township Park. (Kristy Deer / Daily Reporter)

NEW PALESTINE — Cory Sitler has worked hard over the past several years trying to earn his Eagle Scout badge.

This week, he took a giant leap toward getting it when he installed a new welcome sign for New Palestine on the west end of town.    

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