Jacob Sebaugh, a student athlete at Medina High School and Boy Scout Troop 507 Leader, presented his completed Eagle Scout project to Medina Sunrise Rotary this morning. After his presentation, Jacob was honored by Past Rotary Club President Kevin Wermer and Jack Young*, Chair of Rotary International Fellowship of Scouting Rotarians.

"My Scoutmaster Craig Wrobleski pointed me in the direction of Medina Sunrise Rotary for a Community Partnership. My project was designing and building a deck/ramp for a citizen of Medina who had been diagnosed with ALS, which is a disease that targets the muscles of the human body and after around a year basic tasks such as walking become challenging to where the patient is now wheelchair bound.  The ramp's purpose is to add a second escape route if some house emergency were to happen and to allow her to spend her last few years with her family outside enjoying life.  Thank You Rotary!"

Jacob is an aspiring young engineer whose academic achievements, commitment to service in the community, and leadership in scouting give us every confidence of his future success.



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PHOTO (L to R):
Dan Sebaugh - Jacob's father, Jack Young - Chair Rotary International Fellowship of Scouting Rotarians, Jacob Sebaugh - Troop 507 Leader & Eagle Scout Candidate, Kevin Wermer - Past Rotary Club President & Assistant Governor, Craig Wrobleski - Troop 507 Scoutmaster