Andy's Eagle Project

    A group of Boy Scouts and Scouters from Troop 108 in Banfield recently completed work on a new interpretive trail being developed by the Historic Charlton Park. During a weekend campout at the Park, the hard-working team dedicated approximately 10 hours each to this service project that entailed hauling and spreading mulch along a half-mile stretch of woodland trail. The group worked well together sharing in various duties, demonstrating respect for and learning about each other’s working styles, and of course having fun together. Everyone who participated earned service hours toward their next rank advancement, and are to be congratulated for their hard work.
    The new interpretive trail is located on the edge of the Historic Village in Charlton Park. Signage will be placed along the rolling terrain to point out the many aspects of undisturbed ecosystems within woodland areas. Visitors can stop by the village signpost near the William A. Upjohn House Visitor Center to pick up a walking tour guide brochure. With 310 acres of rolling terrain and miles of river and lake frontage, Historic Charlton Park is a perfect place to spend the day with family and friends. The park hosts a number of events throughout the year, and offers many opportunities to volunteer.
    For more information, please visit the following websites: Boy Scout Troop 108 , and Historic Charlton Park


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