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The brick pad, the picnic table and sign placard near the Outlet Stream are part of Ben Legasse’s Eagle Scout Project. From left are Kameron Rossignol, Kasen Kelley, Remy Pettengill, Ayden Newell and Caleb Knock. Back from left are Ben Lagasse, Aiden Pettengill, Hunter Praul, Kaiden Kelley, Michael Boostedt, Leaders Derek Rossignol, Darryl Praul and Ron Emery. Also helping, though not in photo, were Leaders Lee Pettengill and parents Keith Lagasse, Jonathan Knock and Grange member Bernie Welch. Eagle Scout candidate Ben Legasse, Troop 479 of China, with the help of his father, Keith, organized a work day on Oct. 19.
They planned and created a bench and sign placard for the north side of the Vassalboro Grange and a picnic table and sign placard at the Outlet Stream to provide respite for the fishermen, bird watchers and soon-to-be alewife tourists that promise to be more plentiful once the Maine rivers project is complete, according to a news release from Bernie Welch, a member of Vassalboro Grange. Boy Scout Ben Legasse of Troop 479 at the bench next to the placard holder on the north side of the Vassalboro Grange. Photo by Ron Emery
The Eagle Scout Service Project, or simply Eagle Project, is the opportunity for a Boy Scout in the Boy Scouts of America to demonstrate leadership of others while performing a project for the benefit of his community. This is the culmination of the Scout’s leadership training, and it requires a significant effort on his part, according […]