LOGAN — When Jonathan Conger was planning his Eagle Scout service project, he first thought he would take a Saturday and repaint the benches of a pavilion on church property. Instead, the 17-year-old priest in the Lundstrom Park 1st Ward, Logan Utah East Stake, took several months and arranged the planting, harvesting and milling of eight acres of wheat and donated approximately 5,500 pounds of flour to the local food bank.

The idea for the project came from Jonathan's then-Scout leader, Edward Redd, now bishop of the Logan University 2nd Ward. The then-Scout leader also provided the land from his property in Lewiston, Utah.

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