Mini Amphitheater Eagle Scout Project 2011

Stephan Gray, part of Living Hopes Youth and Boy Scout Troop 61 is currently working on his Eagle Scout project.  A few months back Stephan asked Living Hope Free Methodist Church if he could put in a new mini amphitheater to help him reach the goal of Eagle Rank and Bless the church in the process.  This was received as a HUGE opportunity to improve the church grounds.  Here are some before and after pictures and interesting facts about what it took to make this project happen.

 

Clearing the way for something new.

Leveling the ground

 More leveling, gravel, digging post holes, and framing it in

 

Finished

 

 

 

Interesting Facts: Project took about 3 months of planning from start to finish.

– 25 different people helped carry out the actual project
– 335.5 man hours
– 13 yards of gravel
– 25 bags of cement
– 278.5 ft of wood

Tools used during project:
– 12 shovels
– 4 wheel-barrows
– 7 rakes
– 4 post hole diggers
– 4 pick-axes

Total cost of purchased materials: $1373.00
Total cost of donated materials: Priceless

Praise God and Thank You to Stephan Gray and all those that donated and participated to make this new Mini Amphitheater happen.

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