Scout Projects

Serving others is an important part of the scouting movement. Projects to benefit the community or environment help scouts learn their responsibilities and that they can impact their surroundings. For young men, the Eagle Scout candidate must complete a significant project to earn his eagle rank. For young women, the Girl Scout Gold Award represents the highest achievement in Girl Scouting. The park district has benefited from a number of scout projects at various parks throughout the years. Below are just a few examples of completed projects.

Christopher S. - stairs at Hubbard Valley Park
Tobias K. - benches at Killbuck Lakes
Christopher S. - gateway arches at Allardale East
Matthew F. - chimney swift tower at Chippewa Inlet North wetlands
Dakota W. - stairs at Hubbard Valley Park
Neo S. - chimney swift tower at Medina Marsh
Nicholas G. - fishing line recycling stations at Brunswick Lake and Plum Creek Park
Christian V.H. - fishing line recycling stations at Letha House Park and Hubbard Valley Park
Benjamin C. - planted tree saplings at River Styx Park
Erik E. - boardwalk at Killbuck Lakes
Joseph S. - boardwalk at Plum Creek Park 
Matthew C. - boardwalk at Plum Creek Park 
Trevor M. - boardwalk at Plum Creek Park 
William M. - benches at Plum Creek Park 
Edwin O. - chimney swift tower at Killbuck Lakes
Isaac P. - benches for the dog park at Carolyn Ludwig Mugrage Park
Jonathan W. - benches for the dog park at Carolyn Ludwig Mugrage Park
Sam R. - chimney swift tower at Letha House Park
Sophia G. - renovated Adirondack shelter at Hidden Hollow Camp
William V.F. - boardwalk at Plum Creek Park 

 

If you are interested in working with the park district on a scout project, please contact Park Planner Hayley Bondi at (330) 722-9364 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..