Bradley Bay residents benefit from Eagle Scout project

Stephen Riley, Nick Masa and Stephen's dad, Tim Riley, with the raised planting beds built for Stephen's Eagle Scout project.

Stephen Riley, a Life Scout of Troop #338 in Avon Lake has made the residents of Bradley Bay Health Center very happy. Stephen decided that he would build two raised planting beds for Bradley Bay. This was Stephen's Eagle project, and along with the help of a few of his troup members, these wonderful beds were built. 

They are raised, so that the residents don't have to bend over to plant and they are on casters, so that they can be moved around the grounds at Bradley Bay for all of the residents to enjoy as the flowers grow throughout the summer. Stephen succeeded in completing his project, but more importantly he will bring smiles to the residents of Bradley Bay all summer long.

Donna D'Amico

Marketing Director for Bradley Bay Health Center in Bay Village.

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Volume 6, Issue 11, Posted 9:26 AM, 05.28.2014