Special needs student to give Eagle Scout project to football program

10:43 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017 Miamisburg
The Miamisburg football program will receive a gift today as Miamisburg High School football manager Patrick Parin, a special needs student, presents water tables he built for his Eagle Scout project. The tables will be used on the Miamisburg Middle School practice fields, according to Jason Shade, assistant supervisor of athletics for the school district. FILE PHOTO

Some athletes will receive a gift today as a Miamisburg High School football manager who is a special needs student presents his Eagle Scout project.

Junior Patrick Parin has built water tables for use on the Miamisburg Middle School practice fields, according to Jason Shade, assistant supervisor of athletics for the school district. Parin is scheduled to present his project this afternoon.

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The MHS junior has been a football manager since seventh grade, working with the football program on a daily basis, Shade said in an email.

“He is a truly remarkable and selfless young man,” according to Shade, noting “this huge honor of completing his Eagle Scout project and donation to the school.”

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