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Boy Scouts build ball pit for Laughlin youth

Brandan Paradis, Boy Scouts Troop 280, drills a screw into a gaga ball pit
with the help of Airman 1st Class Teddy Mukeli, 47th Civil Engineering
Squadron, on Laughlin Air Force Base Nov.19. The gaga ball pit, built for
the Laughlin Air Force Base Youth Center as an Eagle Scout project, allows
children here to play a game similar to dodge ball. (Courtesy photo by Sunshine Burgess)

Brandan Paradis, Boy Scouts Troop 280, drills a screw into a gaga ball pit with the help of Airman 1st Class Teddy Mukeli, 47th Civil Engineering Squadron, on Laughlin Air Force Base Nov.19. The gaga ball pit, built for the Laughlin Air Force Base Youth Center as an Eagle Scout project, allows children here to play a game similar to dodge ball. (Courtesy photo by Sunshine Burgess)

Dalton Burgess, Boy Scouts Troop 280, holds a piece wood in place during the
construction of a gaga ball pit on Laughlin Air Force Base Nov.19. The gaga
ball pit, built for the Laughlin Air Force Base Youth Center as Burgess'
Eagle Scout project, allows children here to play a game similar to dodge
ball. (Courtesy photo by Sunshine Burgess)

Dalton Burgess, Boy Scouts Troop 280, holds a piece wood in place during the construction of a gaga ball pit on Laughlin Air Force Base Nov.19. The gaga ball pit, built for the Laughlin Air Force Base Youth Center as Burgess' Eagle Scout project, allows children here to play a game similar to dodge ball. (Courtesy photo by Sunshine Burgess)

Boy Scouts Troop 280, led by Scoutmaster Katherine Nielander (far left),
poses with a completed gaga ball pit on Laughlin Air Force Base Nov.19. The
gaga ball pit, built for the Laughlin Air Force Base Youth Center as an
Eagle Scout project, allows children here to play a game similar to dodge
ball. (Courtesy photo by Sunshine Burgess)

Boy Scouts Troop 280, led by Scoutmaster Katherine Nielander (far left), poses with a completed gaga ball pit on Laughlin Air Force Base Nov.19. The gaga ball pit, built for the Laughlin Air Force Base Youth Center as an Eagle Scout project, allows children here to play a game similar to dodge ball. (Courtesy photo by Sunshine Burgess)

LAUGHLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Brandan Paradis, Boy Scouts Troop 280, drills a screw into a gaga ball pit with the help of Airman 1st Class Teddy Mukeli, 47th Civil Engineering Squadron, on Laughlin Air Force Base Nov.19. The gaga ball pit, built for the Laughlin Air Force Base Youth Center as an Eagle Scout project, allows children here to play a game similar to dodge ball. (Courtesy photo by Sunshine Burgess)