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15-year-old Eagle Scout Dom Claseman of Olivia, Minnesota, realized his hometown needed a veterans' memorial. So, he decided for his Eagle Project to build one. Dom painted his town with flyers, met with veterans, and appeared in local media. In total, he raised $77,000 to make it happen. When he turned 16, he and the contractors finished the memorial. Just one teen, attracting many from his city across the state, all to honor veterans who served and gave their lives.