Eagle Scout candidate and Troop 328 helpers clean up Runyard Park

acob Herreid (center) deciding how to clean away brush along the fence at Runyard's Park. /Submitted photo

Jacob Herreid and Salem’s Boy Scout Troop 328 spent three ┬áhours Saturday cleaning up brush at Runyard’s Park, located on Rock Lake Road in Trevor.

This was the first phase of Herreid’s Boy Scout Eagle Project to help the park become handicap accessible.

The morning began with Jacob delegating jobs to his fellow Scouts to clean up all the brush and dead/fallen branches from the storm on Friday night. Next, the Scouts cleaned up around the lakefront and cleared away all the leaves from under the stairs leading to the lake front.

The next phase of Jacob’s Eagle Project will be digging a path from the parking lot to the pavilion located at the park for gravel to be poured, and clearing under the pavilion for cement to be poured.

Troop 328 Boy Scouts cutting up large branches that had fallen from a storm the night before. /Submitted photo

Scouts cleaning leaves and cutting brush away from the stairs leading to the lake front. /Submitted photo

Scouts hauling small sticks blown from the storm. /Submitted photo


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