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Nursing home residents at Mission Point Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Holly have a reason to plant flowers and “get in the dirt,” thanks to Owen Gilliam’s Eagle Scout project. Gilliam, 17, of Davisburg, an Eagle Scout in Troop 192, built wheelchair-accessible raised flowerbeds so that residents could have accessibility to planting and gardening. “The residents are so excited,” said Renee Howell, activities director. Owen, a 2019 graduate of Holly High School.

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