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Work begins on pavilion

A new 20 x 36-foot pavilion will soon fill this spot in Morley Park. Post photo by J. Reed.

A new 20 x 36-foot pavilion will soon fill this spot in Morley Park. Post photo by J. Reed.

Visitors to Morley Park may have noticed something unusual: a large area of dirt behind the Cedar Springs Historical Museum.

That’s because excavation started on the new pavilion being built there, and fill was recently brought in.

The pavilion is the Eagle Scout project headed up by Scout Kevin Galloway, who will be a junior at Cedar Springs High School this year. He originally wanted to repair the gazebo in Morley Park, but when that one was deemed structurally unsafe, he came up with the idea to build a new one.

His goal is to build a 20 x 36 pavilion that will be maintenance free and fit 8-10 picnic tables. Over $18,000 was raised for the project. A groundbreaking was held in April.

According to Brenda Galloway, Kevin’s mother, contractors are fitting Kevin’s job in between others, but they hope to have the concrete laid soon.

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