Connecting the Wachusett Community with Trails and Greenways
June 2005 Activities (second page)
Rutland Rail Trail Donator's Appreciation Day - June 11, 2005
Dick Williams (right) unveils the monument listing those who donated for the rail trail. The McNamara family (donors) came to thank those that worked on the trail.
Dick Williams thanked the boys scouts for their effort with Colleen Abrams cuts the cake as Dick Williams looks on. the picnic tables.
Building small bridge over culvert on the Sterling Rail Trail
Ed Yaglou and Bruce Pennino pour concrete Ed , Bruce and volunteers install I beams Boy Scouts Troop 189 Sterling install wood beams
Nathaniel Blake (orange shirt) working on his Eagle Project; Tim Connor assisting as a volunteer.
June 23, 2005
Assisting in the project: Dan Whitmore, Dave Whitmore (Troop 189 Sterling), Mathew Faler, (Troop 14 Ashburnham);J.J. Rugg, Philip Blake (Troop 189), and Peter Blake - (Cub Scout Pack 34).
Please note: Dan Whitmore, Boy Scout Troop 189 Sterling, worked energetically to complete his Eagle Scout Project at The Stillwater Farm in Sterling. An official dedication of the Stillwater Farm site took place on May 14 as part of the activities commemorating the 100th anniversary of the completion of the Clinton Dam.
Wachusett Greenways sponsored a bike ride to the Nashua River Bike Trail in Ayer, MA June 13, 2005. Hank & Viv Ouellette led the group on this warm and muggy day. A stop for lunch in Pepperell and later some ice cream refreshments in Ayer were welcome treats.