Topsfield Housing Authority Safer
LITTLE BROOK VILLAGE, a public housing program for seniors and people with disabilities, looks a lot better and is much safer after more than twenty community members supported the efforts of Dana Warren III, a local Boy Scout in Topsfield Troop 81.
Boston (I-Newswire) October 2, 2013 - Topsfield Housing Authority Safer With Support Of Boy Scouts
LITTLE BROOK VILLAGE, a public housing program for seniors and people with disabilities, looks a lot better and is much safer after more than twenty community members supported the efforts of Dana Warren III, a local Boy Scout in Topsfield Troop 81. Dana made the needs of LITTLE BROOK VILLAGE the focus of his Eagle Scout Service Project and raised more then three thousand dollars in cash, donations and service gifts. After raising the funding with events like a car wash and securing a grant, more then twenty scouts and volunteers joined in two days of onsite work building new parking areas, restoring landscape and installing grass and posts. Some of the work included improving areas where erosion and ground conditions like exposed tree roots presented risks for seniors navigating the site.
"The work that Dana Warren and the other Boy Scouts did was incredibly well done and one of the first big landscape improvement project in many years. I know the more then sixty people living here have greatly appreciated all the scouts efforts as well as the support from the donors", added Woody Lancaster, Building Maintenance Supervisor at LITTLE BROOK VILLAGE.
"The success of this service project was directly related to our very generous donors and supporters", said Dana Warren III, of Topsfield's Boy Scout Troop 81. "I'd like to thank Lowes Home Improvement, Bentley Warren, Agawam Fence, Stop & Shop, Wildwood Nursery, DORN Family Foundation, Essex Co-Op, Bouchard's Automotive and David Bond of the Topsfield Road Commission", added Dana Warren.
The large scale LITTLE BROOK VILLAGE project was an example of the service project requirement needed to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout within the scouting program operated by the Boy Scouts Of America. Each year communities like Topsfield in Massachusetts benefit from the efforts of scouts and the scouting program as they enlist the resources of a large group of adult volunteers, community businesses and fellow scouts to help non-profit based organizations. Each service project involves extensive project planning and various approval levels before they can be executed. This particular project had an excess of 250 man-hours, vital to its completion.
Troop 81 is based in Topsfield, Massachusetts and is sponsored by the Congregational Church Of Topsfield. The troop is part of The Yankee Clipper Council that facilitates the mission of the Boy Scouts of America in 52 communities in Northeastern Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire.
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