The work is done!
Let's make that the MANUAL LABOR work is complete. We still have to finalize paperwork, write thank you notes and The Man then goes through an interview about the project, about scouts, about his thoughts.
THEN... he gets pinned Eagle Scout.
But right now, the biggest hurdle is complete.
10 boards for a jig
8 paint brushes
7 bags of concrete
6 cans of paint
The Man stepped up to the plate and led this group of fellas in painting handicap spaces at Chehaw Park Zoo. They were long overdue. In fact, we originally thought we would have this project complete this time last year. But this project required a little more research, a few more hoops to jump, phone calls to make and more conflicts in calendars than had been first anticipated.
Besides the zoo, the park also has a campground. We loaded up Friday night, all the supplies, the camper and two scouts and camped for the evening.
The scouts and hubs were able to set up and were ready as the first scouts arrived.
Safety meeting and directions being given . . .
Time to eat. Time to go. They all did a great job, serving their community on a Saturday morning. As the scouts worked and painted, visitors were in and out. I noticed several groups that had need of the closer spots, proving these 7 parking spots were in great need of identification. To quote the park representative, they are now obnoxiously apparent.