Nicholas and his helpers refurbished the entryway of the Indiana Transportation Museum to make it more inviting. Before the project, the front entrance had a rotten wooden sign, overgrown vegetation and a narrow entrance that was difficult for vehicles to enter and exit safely.
Nicholas’s project created a modern feel to the area by including attractive stone columns, a durable fiberglass sign, and a widened entrance way with new gravel. Additional enhancements included a railroad tie border, various flowers and mulch to create a pleasing view.
More than 520 service hours went into planning, preparing and execution of the project with over 34 volunteers assisting. The project created a welcoming new entrance for the museum, which preserves Indiana’s railroad history.
— Nicholas, Troop 109, Fishers, Ind.