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Adam Moseley completes Eagle Scout project
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Adam Moseley builds an outdoor classroom as his eagle scout project. (Darryl Welch | The Covington News)

Adam Moseley, son of Sandy and Gene Moseley, has completed his Eagle Scout project. He is a member of Troop 222 at Academy Springs Park.

For his project, Adam constructed an outdoor classroom at Heard-Mixon Elementary School in Covington. He said that he thought the project would be useful for the school. According to Adam the planning for the project took a couple of months and the actual construction took two days.

Adam, 16, began his scouting adventure as a Cub Scout in the first grade. He told the News that he was initially not sure that he wanted to go on to become a Boy Scout and that he made up his mind after his dad told him about getting to go whitewater rafting.

 Along the way, Adam has earned 45 merit badges, including becoming CPR and first aid certified.

As an Eagle Scout, Adam will join the ranks of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, former President Gerald Ford and current U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.

Adam wants to study psychology in college.