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Projects Completed by Teens and Scouts

Catonsville Rails To Trails has partnered with many teens in the Catonsville area to create trails and trail amenities as part of the Boy Scout’s Eagle Scout projects.  Young woman have also worked on the trail to receive Girl Scout’s highest honor, The Gold Award.  Approximately 12 teens have completed projects since 1996.  CRTT  hopes to publish a complete list on this site.

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In 1991, Aaron Tomarchio of Boy Scout Troop 456, organized an effort to clear and pave a portion of the #9 Trolley Trail as part of his very successful Eagle Scout Project..

14 year old Clark LeCompte tackled this two-dimensional 20 foot mural for his Eagle Scout project in 1997. The mural was restored by Kaleidoscope! Arts Camp in 2011.

Teens from Kaleidoscope Arts Camp restored the mural in 2011

Bench built by Wes Boone - Eagle Scout Project

Wes Boone built two benches on the Charles Town Portion of the trail.










Nicole Bianco installed two historical markers along the # 8 trail.

These seniors from Mt. St. Joe built the Cemetery Overlook on the Catonsville Short Line Trail in May 2013 as their Senior Project.

Joshua Wood built a kiosk at the Maiden Choice Entrance of the Catonsville Short Line Trail in 2013.

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Ryan Seidl just completed installing hand rails on culvert near Western School of Technology on the Short Line Trail.






Other projects include:

John Jacob built bat houses along the #8 trail.

Leslie Reed identified tree species with labels on the #8

John Dugan installed a garden at the Frederick Rd. entrance to the #8 Streetcar Path

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