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September 24, 2018

Scout Helps Restore Walking Trail In Hannibal Central School District


HANNIBAL – The “Woodsy Walk” in the Hannibal Central School District received a facelift this fall as part of a local Eagle Scout project.

Jim Sheeley, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, thanks Eagle Scout Brandon Grow for spearheading a project to restore the Woodsy Walk within the district.

Jim Sheeley, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, thanks Eagle Scout Brandon Grow for spearheading a project to restore the Woodsy Walk within the district.

Brandon Grow developed the project and, with the help of Scouts in Hannibal Troop 780, the walking trail between the high school and elementary school was cleaned and mulched.

The troop also created new signage, fixed broken benches and worked throughout the fall to spruce up the trail.

“I wanted to do this as my Eagle Scout project because the trail needed some work,” Grow said. “It came out great and I hope people enjoy it and learn something from the nature signs we made.”

According to Jim Sheeley, HCSD Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, the Eagle Scout project was a welcome contribution to the district.

“I want to thank him and the entire troop for working to restore the Woodsy Walk,” Sheeley said. “It looks great and a lot of people will be able to enjoy this for years to come.”

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