Eagle Scout project







FRESNO TEXAS As of March 20, 2011 the Mustang Community Center Park has a new exercise station. Sean Nelson, Niels Reichert, Cole Nelson, and Jackson Felty are pouring concrete.

The park was the site of a four day construction effort during Spring Break week. Boy Scouts and scout parents from Troop 140 of Missouri City supported the Eagle Scout project of Life Scout Nils Reichert. The project took one day of preparation of drilling and cutting with 10 scouts and parents; one day of site preparation and drilling holes with an auger; two days of construction with four to six scouts each day; and the final finishing touches with many scouts, parents.

Charlie Baker, Nils Reichert, Scout Master Alisdair McLean and Bruce Reichert are putting on the finishing touches. The exercises station has four workout uses and is located on the outside of the jogging oval. The station has a chin-up bar, dip bars, push up rails and a sit up slant board. This will add to the strength training options for those using the park for their regular exercise.

Michel Davis, Director of Parks and Fairgrounds for Fort Bend County approved the plans and construction at the park. Mr. Davis checked on the progress of the project daily and provided county support with site preparation help and final mulching. The project was funded by donations from the following individuals and businesses:

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Baker, Champion Technologies,

Wisco-Moran Drilling, Arcola Feed, Gulf Coast LP Gas, Fresno Power & Lawn Equipment, Navarre Cajun Movers, Baty’s Produce Market, First Baptist Church Food Pantry.







As of March 20, 2011 the Mustang Community Center Park has a new exercise station. Sean Nelson, Niels Reichert, Cole Nelson, and Jackson Felty are pouring concrete.

The park was the site of a four day construction effort during Spring Break week. Boy Scouts and scout parents from Troop 140 of Missouri City supported the Eagle Scout project of Life Scout Nils Reichert. The project took one day of preparation of drilling and cutting with 10 scouts and parents; one day of site preparation and drilling holes with an auger; two days of construction with four to six scouts each day; and the final finishing touches with many scouts, parents

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