A new bridge at Trevlac Bluffs, thanks to an Eagle Scout
Ready to start his Eagle Scout project, Alexander Like approached our Assistant Director, John Lawrence, about any needs at Sycamore’s preserves. Trevlac Bluffs Nature Preserve could use a new footbridge, we suggested. So Alexander met with John and an engineer to design and draw plans for a bridge!
Over the summer, Alexander secured the lumber and hardware, then convened a team of Scouts and parents to help construct the much-needed bridge. We’re thankful to Alexander, his father Lance, and all the other volunteers who were instrumental in helping build the bridge:
We all appreciate Black Lumber for providing lumber, hardware, and supplies at a substantial discount for this project. Thanks also to Karen Like (Alexander’s mother) for her support, and to Bob Kessler (former Scout Master of Troop 100) and Ian Kessler (Eagle Scout of Troop 100) for their advice.
Enjoy more photos by Lance Like: