Eagle Scout Projects & Graduation Projects
PATH & FENCE
Jordan Guistwhite, from Troop 83 installed a wooden fence and built a path from the lower lot to the library entrance.
Ryan McGuire, from Troop 158 put up Tyvek in the library’s basement. He also created and installed a sign documenting the history of the Library, which was originally built as an infirmary.
Matthew Sowinski, a member of Troop 216 built a patio out of pavers and installed a picnic table. He also laid crushed stone for a large area and completed a beautification project by fencing in the Air Conditioning unit.
PATIO & LANDSCAPE
Cody Mifsud, from Troop 216 expanded the sidewalk with pavers and built a “patio” for parking bikes. Cody also landscaped the area and maintained the garden for the summer as a part of his high school graduation project.
PREPARE FOR MOVE
Jack Geoghegan, from Downingtown East High School, worked 40 hours in the library shelving, moving books, cleaning out the attic and assisting with Science in the Summer as part of his graduation project.
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Contact us if you'd like to do your Graduation Project or Eagle Scout Project here.
Move to our new location 2016
Many thanks to the 100+ volunteers who helped move the Chester Springs Library to its new location on April 16, 2016.
Grand Opening 2016
Contractor and volunteer extraordinaire Dave Bishop and Chester Spring Library Board President Christopher Mazza preside over a ceremonial ribbon cutting at a recent reception honoring many of volunteers who made the move to our new location possible.