TWIN FALLS • Robby Donoho was only 2 years of age on Sept. 11, 2001.
He has no memory of the ambushes, yet today evening time he'll hold a banner retirement function in distinction of the day and to fulfill his Eagle Scout venture.
Robby said he gathered torn, worn and blurred banners from banks, work places, temples, manufacturing plants and a few from the Idaho Youth Ranch.
"Individuals don't comprehend what to do with them," said Bobby Donoho, Robby's father and a neighborhood Scoutmaster. "So they put them in the canisters there."
As a Scoutmaster, Donoho gathers worn signals for Scouts to resign. One night, sitting in their parlor with 10 or 20 banners, the father and offspring chose it ought to be Bobby's venture to finish his Eagle Scout honor.
While some Boy Scouts do their ventures with one banner retirement, Bobby set an objective of 101 banners. Bobby and his father additionally manufactured eight fiery breakout
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