Eagle scout debuts new kiosk

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Pictured above, Ian Riedesel stands by his newly created kiosk at Greystone Nature Preserve. This was an Eagle Scout Project for Ian and a credit to his Boy Scout Troop, 126. Ian is a student at Chautauqua Lake Central School and an industrious student. He was truly industrious to create the display case and install it so that visitors to Greystone Nature Preserve have a welcome and pertinent information. Greystone Nature Preserve is a not-for-profit facility offering community members of all ages and ability levels miles of trails for enjoyment free of charge. The trails are open from April until November from dawn to dusk. Experiential environmental lessons are also offered at Greystone. Call Diane at 679-6603 or visit the Facebook or web sites for details.


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