Eagle Scout Troop 802 Gives Education Workstations a Much-Needed Makeover

Left to right: Cam Deen, Tanner Traill, Ethan Matos, Christian Triggs, Scotty King, Ryan Traill, and Eagle Scout Candidate – Michael Lovett

On April 17, 2021 an amazing group of young men from Eagle Scout Troop 802 came to the Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast to complete their community project. Taking the lead on the project is long-time Museum visitor, member, volunteer and supporter, Michael Lovett. The Children’s Garden, opened since 2010 needed some TLC so Michael and his troop jumped into action. Michael began planning and organizing back in December 2020 as it takes some time to get Eagle Scout Projects approved. The troop focused their energy on the Education Pavilion’s and Pizza Garden’s workstations, both needing cleaning, sanding, sealing and painting. After a full day of work, the workstations received a full makeover. “The Eagle Scouts have always been such a valuable resource for the Museum. Individual troops have completed 4 large Museum projects since 2010, saving the Museum over $5000.00 in materials and labor. I applaud our local Eagle Scouts and leaders for displaying such a strong connection in the community, we cannot thank them enough.” says Tammy Calabria, Executive Director. If you would like to volunteer or learn more about how to make an impact at the Children’s Museum, please feel free to contact Tammy Calabria at 772-225-7575 ext. 203. To learn more about the Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast, visit our Facebook, Instagram and Website, all links provided at www.children’smuseumtc.org.