The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation's largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.
Thanks for the many hours of service Boy Scouts have given to CBF. Troops have held service days and have specific projects such as helping with Farm Fest and cleaning d the farm tools on display.
Boy Scout Eagle projects have made lasting and significant improvements to the farm. Scouts are encouraged to contact the farm to discuss options for future Eagle projects.
Kudos to these Eagle Scouts:
Cody Ricci, Troop 320, built shelves to store the tent boxes
Austin Ricci, Troop 320, built boxes to store the the large tents
Jacob Shields, Boy Scout Troop 777, prepared barn floor and laid gravel
Jack McCormick, Troop 330, laid the brick floor by northeast stairwell in bank barn
Miles Van Blarcum, Troop 321, planted apple orchard
Josh Kempton, Troop 333, demolition and refurbishment of deteriorating horse stalls and cleaning of bank barn lower level
Sawyer Bock, Troop 333, built a replica of farm doghouse
Alec Brechtelsbauer , Troop 321, built picnic tables and benches
George Griffith, Troop 777, constructed outdoor information boards