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Spirit that soars: Cerebral palsy no obstacle for Worcester Eagle Scout

Mar 26, 2017 Matt Clarke

Trevor Huntley: Eagle Scout

Trevor Huntley doesn’t speak, walks with a pronounced limp and uses only one arm because of cerebral palsy. But he hasn’t let that – or anything – stop him from achieving his dream of becoming an Eagle Scout.

“This was and still is very important for me to get this Eagle Scout (rank) not only for my family or friends but to prove … that I could do anything I set my mind to,” said Mr. Huntley, 25, in an email interview. “It’s just exciting to be part of something that will be with me for the rest of my life.”