It’s a day for bragging rights. Another proud parent shared information on a resident who deserves a shout out.
Our community has again benefited from the active scout programs in town.
Earlier this month, I shared news about Troop 1’s Honor Court and how those scouts earned their wings by helping our community. Over the weekend, Troop 92 held its Honor Court. I previously posted about the projects completed by two of their members. Recently, I learned about a third Troop 92 project worth sharing.
Nate Hall’s Eagle Scout project restored an old crossing for a scenic walking trail in town.
A bridge across a stream on the Sudbury Reservoir Trail had collapsed. Hall led the effort to build a replacement. The project required coordinating with working with DCR, DOT, Trail Committee, Conservation Committee, plus local business for sponsorships. Judging by the pictures, it also required a lot of helping hands.
The bridge is on the trail behind by the behind Fay School, just off Middle Road.
Here are more contributed photos. Click on thumbnails below to see Hall and volunteers in action.
Southborough parents, don’t be shy. If your kids have earned bragging rights of their own, feel free to email your news and photos to mysouthborough.com.