36. Ashby Hobart (2015)
Ashby led a project to design and construct a 24 foot long footbridge over a notoriously marshy section of the Peppercorn Forest loop trail in Upton. The replaced bridge offers safe passage for hikers, cyclists, skiers and other outdoor enthusiasts. His sturdy design will last for years to come, and is the third Troop 4 bridge to be constructed in Peppercorn Forest as an Eagle Scout Service Project.
35. Thommy Thomas (2015)
Thommy led a team that renovated worn out kneelers at St.Mary’s of the Assumption church. He developed an efficient process to replace the kneelers with new fabric, and then supervised a work crew comprised of scouts, family and friends, to conduct the restoration. Thommy’s project improves the comfort of those attending worship services, and saved our troop sponsor (St.Mary’s) thousands of dollars they would have had to pay to an outside contractor.
34. Brian Gallagher (2014)
Brian’s Eagle Scout Service Project involved painting warning signs to warn residents of the dangers of pouring hazardous chemicals down storm drains. His team’s work will protect area wildlife by reducing the amount of pollutants in their environment. Brian also prepared and presented a briefing to town residents to expand the reach of these important warnings.
33. Devereux Sgammato (2014)
Dev’s Eagle Scout Service Project involved painting warning signs to warn residents of the dangers of pouring hazardous chemicals down storm drains. His team’s work will protect area wildlife by reducing the amount of pollutants in their environment.
32. Sam Lanciano (2014)
Sam’s Eagle Scout Service Project team created two beautiful gardens at the Middle School East. His gardens were designed for low maintenance, and will be enjoyed by the students, faculty and families for many years.
31. Alex Croteau (2013)
Alex led a project to design and construct two Gaga Gaga ball courts near Stacy and Memorial schools. After construction, he hosted a town wide event to introduce the community to this fast paced game that can be played by all ages. His construction is extremely sturdy, and will provide recreation to the school’s students and town residents for years to come.
30. Wyatt Barie (2013)
Wyatt designed and led constructed a roof extension for the Milford Animal Shelter on Fiske Mill Road. The extension shields outdoor shelter electrical equipment and supplies from harsh weather. This improvement saves tax payer money by extending the life of shelter equipment, while providing a safer and more pleasant work environment for the shelter employeers.
29. Nolan Hobart (2013)
Nolan led a project to replace an aging footbridge over the headwaters of the Mill River in Peppercorn Forest. The replaced bridge offers safe passage for hikers, cyclists, skiers and other outdoor enthusiasts. His sturdy design will last for years to come.
28. James Symmes (2013)
James led a team of volunteers that constructed garden boxes for the residents of the Hopedale Housing Authority complex on Hopedale Street. The boxes serve the elderly residents of the complex, and provide a safe and convenient means of growing flowers and vegetables within easy reach of their residences.
27. Benjamin Sgammato (2013)
Ben’s team constructed a memorial brick walkway that leads from the front of St.Mary’s church to the Parish Center. To raise money for the project, Ben sold engraved paving stones to friends and St. Mary’s parishoners to honor the memory of loved ones. The walkway beautifies the front of the parish, and provides a lasting memorial for parishoners to enjoy.
26. Christian Slutz (2012)
Christian hit the roads of Milford for his Eagle Scout Service Project. His team added high visibility reflective tape to critical road signs throughout town. Christian’s project will continue to improve the safety of night time driving in Milford for years to come. The project was sponsored by the Milford Highway Department.
25. Daniel Avery (2012)
Dan designed and constructed an “old-fashioned” baseball scoreboard at the ball field at Blackstone Valley Technical High School. His sign takes you back to the old days where fans participated in score keeping by changing the hanging numbers. His project also included construction of a secure storage box to store the numbers when the sign is not in use. The score board went into regular use during the 2012 season and has become a fan favorite.
24. Matthew Bedard (2012)
Matt’s Eagle Service Project involved restoration of a historic stone shelter on Hopedale Pond’s Fisherman’s Island. He led a team that cleaned the island of accumulated trash, rebuilt/remortared large portions of the shelter, and built a large picnic table on the site. He closed the project by installing a large park sign that welcomes boaters to this attractive and restored picnic area.
23. Stephen Ward (2011)
Stephen led a team that implemented a variety of improvements to the long neglected Bicentennial Park. The project included an information kiosk at the park entrance, and trail improvements, benches and a foot bridge on the Clark’s Island portion of the park. Stephen’s project makes for an interesting detour or destination for cyclists and walkers travelling on the Upper Charles River Bike Trail. The park entrance is located on the bike trail behind the Midtown Fitness Center on Summer St.
22. Spencer Carlin (2010)
Spencer’s team constructed a kiosk for the Friends of the Upper Charles River Bike Trail. The kiosk, located near the trail’s Main Street intersection, welcomes bikers to the trail, and offers a convenient location to post trail announcements. His team also performed landscaping around the kiosk to give it a professional look.
21. James Malnati (2010)
James led a crew that refurbished a garden area at the Milford Geriatric Authority. His team cleared the previous overgrown area, and installed walkways, benches, new plants and flowers to create a beautiful outdoor space for the facility’s residents.
20. Tim Brundrett (2010)
Repaired and improved the walls in the large hall at the St.Mary’s Parish Center. Installed chair rails along all four walls, repaired and painted walls. Installed bulletin boards at strategic locations to prevent future wall damage in problematic locations.
19. Anthony “TJ” Fasulo (2009)
Led a project that involved multiple improvements at Middle School East, including repairing/repainting hallway floor, construction of a display case, and outside landscaping.
18. Michael Tusino IV (2009)
Led a team of volunteers that constructed tables and storage areas in the Youth Section of the Milford Public Library.
17. Gabe Lanciano (2009)
Led a team of volunteers that provided a variety of improvements to the Milford Humane Society’s cat shelter. Improvements included construction of cat scratching posts, improved storage shelving, and restoration of the shelter’s walking trail.
16. Jonathan Lincoln (2009)
Organized construction and emplacement of nesting boxes for Wood Ducks in Upton’s Pratts Pond. This project, sponsored by the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, will help encourage Wood Ducks to return in larger numbers to their historical habitat.
15. Patrick Bedard (2008)
Led a team that constructed a 40-foot multi-use bridge in the Peppercorn Recreation Area of Upton. The bridge, sponsored by the Upton Conservation Commission, allows hikers, bikers and ATV users to safely traverse a section of the trail that becomes impassable in high water. Patrick’s project also included remarking of the park’s 3 mile loop trail.
14. Alex Morte (2008)
Refurbished the Milford High School football field’s bathrooms, ticket booths, and concession stand. Repaired and repainted the buildings and landscaped around them.
13. Brian Zanella (2008)
Cleaned up, resurfaced and painted new lines on two basketball courts behind Store 24 in Milford (between Middle School East and the Youth Center). The project was sponsored by the Milford Parks Dept and the Milford Youth Center.
12. Luke Lanciano (2007)
Cleared rocks, trees, and tree roots from the area in front of the Milford High School tennis courts and constructed a 4-foot-wide gravel path the length of the tennis court facility.
11. Michael Fernandes (2006)
Designed and constructed a custom maintenance shed for the Milford Town Library. Previously, the library had no location to store its outside tools and equipment.
10. Alexander Mattscheck (2006)
Cleaned and landscaped the Milford Town Park on Fruit Street. Alex also installed park benches along the paths in the park.
9. Joshua Avery (2006)
Designed and constructed two full size dugouts at the Votiloto Baseball Field in Milford. Previously, there were no dugout facilities at the field.
8. Matthew Thimble (2005)
Cleaned, refurbished, and repainted the youth soccer concession stand at Woodland Elementary School in Milford. Matthew also landscaped the area around the concession stand.
7. Joshua Alley (2005)
Constructed a maintenance shed at the Milford Animal Shelter to store tools and equipment that previously had to be stored in the dog kennels or left outside.
6. Nicholas Kirchner (2005)
Cleared roadside brush and other debris for over 450 fire hydrants and repainted each one in the town of Milford.
5. Andrew Maynard (2005)
Refurbished the main doors to St. Mary’s Church, repaired and refurbished the St. Mary’s Parish center stairways, and installed two maps of the parish center in the building.
4. William Jones (2005)
Completely landscaped the entire Milford Animal Shelter property. William’s project included cleaning construction debris from the property, making a lawn, adding flowers and shrubs to the landscape.
3. Joseph Kurzontkowski (2004)
Blazed a one-mile loop nature trail on Milford Town Conservation land off Cedar Street. The trail was complete with trail markers, posted trail maps, and a foot bridge.
2. Mark Rowan (2004)
Constructed a 20′ x 30′ chain link fence dog run for the Milford Animal Shelter. Previously, the dogs could only be taken out one at a time on a leash for exercise and were confined to their small kennel runs for the day.
1. Jason Morin (2003)
Refurbished, repaired, and repainted the Milford High School football field concession stand, restrooms, and ticket booth. Jason also landscaped the area. The area was in need of repair and there was no landscaping to the facility prior to Jason’s project.