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High 5 4 Kids: Noah Enoch

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

Our "High 5 4 Kids" award this week goes to a 15-year-old who wants children with special needs to experience one of his favorite hobbies, Archery.

“Archery has always been a fun hobby for me, we had an archery set in our backyard,” said 10th Grader, Noah Enoch

The idea started all the way back in January for Noah. And he wanted to make it happen in time for the YMCA's Summer Camp in July.

"I think this is probably something they haven't done very much and it's probably a really cool new experience for them."

When he approached his dad about the idea, Dad didn't know what to think.

"When he first started talking about taking on a project that big I thought, Oh my goodness, that is a lot of work and I hope he really understands,” said Ed Enoch.

But as soon as the paperwork started, there was no turning back. Noah helped raised over $1800 for the equipment and spent 5 days building the range. Dad says he couldn't be more proud.

"That's going to be there for a long time and it's a legacy he can go back to 10 years from now and there will still be kids using it."

Noah says this project couldn't have been completed without the help from his fellow Boy Scouts and also his dad's friends.

"Anybody can help the community if they want or if they put in the time and the effort," said Noah.

You saw a lot of the work there was completed with the help of the Boy Scout Troop. During a different scout outing to the Georgia aquarium, Noah found a new goal to become a diver when he gets older

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