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Construction begins on staging area

staging areaConstruction has begun on the staging area for the White Pine Trail just off Maple and Second Streets in Cedar Springs. The land for the staging area was donated by the Gary Gust family, and the money for the project comes from a matching grant from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Trust Fund. A gazebo will also be built there and dedicated to Clara Gust, Gary’s mother. Charlie Nelson, a Cedar Springs High School student, is taking on coordinating the construction of the gazebo as an Eagle Scout project. The city hopes to have a dedication as soon as the project is complete.

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  1. Charlie, the gazebo construction sounds like a great project for you to lead and one that will benefit the public for years to come. Let me know if you need some volunteer help with this Eagle Scout project. My company has done some work for Cedar Springs and supports doing some community work (supplying labor and tools).

    Thanks, Mark (Eagle Mentor for Troop 147 in Holland MI)




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