Brent Weiss, a member of Panhandle Boy Scout Troop 501, is working on his Eagle Scout Project. His chosen project is one that is of great benefit to the Square House Museum and the community. Brent chose to repair the handicap ramp at the Conway Community Church. This project is also very timely as during the Museum Day weekend the Church will celebrate its 100th birthday!
There will be a special ceremony at that time. In order to qualify as an Eagle Scout, the candidate must complete 100 hours of work on a project that helps the community.
He may choose to do all of the work himself or enlist the help of family and friends for an accumulated 100 hours.
Jason Jones recently finished his Eagle Scout project when he helped catalogue the Museum’s archived books into the Dewey Decimal System so that staff could more easily locate materials.
Pictured here are Brent Weiss, Luke Amos, Will Amos and Brent’s father, Dewayne Weiss. Also helping, but not pictured are other members of Troop 501; Kyle Weiss, Baylee Ogletree, Jeremy Jones, Jason Jones, and Brent’s mother, Lynette. Museum volunteers, Charley Russ and Dale Moore have also assisted with the project.