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Reagan Butler’s Eagle Project

Reagan Patrick Butler of Troop 28 stands by the gate he built for his Eagle Scout project that hides the South Shore Art Center's dumpster from view. About 10-12 Scouts helped him out over 52 hours. Wicked Local Staff photo/ Robin Chan

Reagan Patrick Butler of Troop 28 stands by the gate he built for his Eagle Scout project that hides the South Shore Art Center’s dumpster from view. About 10-12 Scouts helped him out over 52 hours. Wicked Local Staff photo/ Robin Chan


The project consumed over 50 man-hours and included other small improvements to the sculpture garden, such as the installation of a hose and clearing around the dumpster to make room for the new encasement. Butler completed the project in March.

The three-sided structure took three weekends to put up.  The pieces were assembled at Butler’s home and then transported to the site. Butler funded the project through donations, including some from Hingham Lumber, which provided wood and supplies at a discount.

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© 2017 Boy Scout Troop 28 - Boy Scouts of America
© 2017 Boy Scout Troop 28 - Boy Scouts of America