Amby Tierney, 17, of Troop 28 sits behind the anchor desk that he built for his Eagle Scout project. The circular green dot in front of the desk allows them to use any logo that they want to add to the desk via video editing software. [Wicked Local Staff Photo/ Robin Chan]

With the help of his Eagle advisor Ed Gibbons, his father Bill and the volunteers from Troop 28, a 12-piece, red oak desk now proudly sits in the 143 TV studio where it exists not just for high school students, but for the whole town.

The desk also features a green circle on the main portion of the desk that acts as a green screen, allowing it to take on any logo necessary. Tierney said the green screen logo piece is one of his favorite parts of the project.

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