Estaban’s Eagle Project for Dos Pueblos Little League

Our very own Estaban Z. is working on his Eagle Scout project.

Estaban is building a storage container to store the equipment and supplies for the Dos Pueblos Little League Challengers in Goleta. The League currently uses temporary storage units at various locations around the city.

You can read more about Estaban’s project from this write up in the Santa Barbara Noozhawk.

Esteban asks that you please consider making a donation towards a 20-foot metal storage container that meets their needs, including funds to paint and install a fan, vent system and shelving. His goal is to fundraise $2,500 for this project.

Donations can be mailed to: DPLL Challengers, P.O. Box 1243, Goleta, CA 93116 or donate online by clicking here.

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