SeaTac Eagle Scout Completes Trail Markers Project at North SeaTac Park
At a meeting of the City Land Use and Parks Committee on March 22, Eagle Scout B.J. Charley made a PowerPoint presentation regarding the completion of his Merit Badge project installing mileage markers in North SeaTac Park. Project adviser Roger Chouinard and Parks and Recreation Director Kit Ledbetter sponsored the presentation to the Committee.
B.J. cut an impressive figure as he presented the details of the project, which placed a number of mileage markers along paved trails at North SeaTac Park, markers which he explained are particularly helpful to walkers, runners, and bikers in meeting their exercise goals. The total cost of the project was $360.95, with the City providing signage while B.J. provided posts, concrete, and volunteer labor–which ended up totaling 580 hours spread across the 34 volunteers whose work B.J. and Scout adviser Roger Chouinard coordinated.
To raise funds for completing the project, B.J. baked and sold pineapple pies. As a thanks to the City for its support during the project, B.J. brought with him several of his freshly baked pies for sampling.
SeaTac Blog congratulates B.J. on the completion of this project, on a dynamite presentation… and for having baked some awfully tasty pies! Our thanks for a sample!