Chris McMahon started his career in the industry as a laboratory technician monitoring drinking water, storm water and wastewater in Hutchinson. It was during this time that he became a certified drinking water and wastewater operator.
NESA recently launched a new online feature called Faces & Places. The page is designed to showcase the contributions NESA members make across the country and the accomplishments they reach on every level.
For his Eagle Scout service project, Noah White came up with the idea to install a sign at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden — a place he visited frequently — that would make it easier for visitors of different abilities to enjoy the exhibits.
Before his Eagle Scout project, Andrew Dowden didn’t know how to play chess. Now he’s falling in love with the game as his project helped commemorate his state’s bicentennial and attracted the attention of the governor.
The 2022 Adams awards, which include 16 territorial winners and a national winner selected from one those territorial winners, recognize outstanding Eagle projects completed by young people who earned the Eagle Scout rank in 2021.