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Supervisor Bill Reilich Recognizes Eagle Scout Accomplishments in the Town of Greece

Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich would like to recognize the efforts and accomplishments of 5 Eagle Scouts who assisted the Parks and Recreation Department with projects. Jeffery Russell of Troop 125 repaired and repainted fencing at Basil Marella Park, and also made improvements to the volleyball court. Zach Ferris of Troop 48 landscaped the bed under the park sign at Adeline Park, painted the fence, and cleaned up the grounds. Bryan McDermott of Troop 278 cleared and restored a portion of the trail system at Badgerow Park North. Orion Clark of Troop 125 cleared and restored a portion of the Cranberry Ponds trail by Lowden Point Road. Tyler Nersigner of Troop 197 cleared the entrance and repaired and restrained the lookout pier at Braddock Bay Park.  

“The Town of Greece is so thankful to these young men who volunteered their time and effort to help keep our Greece parks beautiful”. Said Supervisor Reilich. “These projects not only benefit our own town residents, but all who come to visit our parks. I am looking forward to recognizing the accomplishments of these young men at our upcoming Town Board meetings”.  

The Boy Scouts of America, one of the United States largest youth organization, is dedicated to promoting self-reliance, courage, and patriotism among young men. For more information on the Boy Scouts of America please visit their webpage

If you are interested in volunteering with the Town of Greece Parks and Recreation Department, please call the Community and Senior Center at 723-2425.