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Local Scout leads construction project at Southborough Senior Center

By Molly McCarthy, Contributing Writer

Chair of the Southborough Council on Aging Bill Harrington thanks Thomas Cimino for all his hard work while standing in front of the new fence.

Chair of the Southborough Council on Aging Bill Harrington thanks Thomas Cimino for all his hard work while standing in front of the new fence.

Southborough – Scout Troop 92 Southborough's Thomas Cimino chose replacing the old worn wooden fence at the Southborough Senior Center as his leadership project for earning his Eagle Scout badge. Cimino chose vinyl fencing to keep upkeep as minimal as possible for members of the center. The project has been in planning for over a year and was completed Oct. 5. It was completed using all volunteer labor and was privately funded. Donors include The Southborough Rotary Club, Friends of the Southborough Council on Aging, The Fayville Athletic Association, and Home Depot. Troop 92 is sponsored by St. Anne Church.

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Thomas Cimino, Alex Schroeder, Committee Chair Peter Kachajian, Bobby Raps, and Dillon Ford of Troop 92 Southborough spent their Saturday completing the new fence outside the Southborough Senior Center Oct 5.

Thomas Cimino, Alex Schroeder, Committee Chair Peter Kachajian, Bobby Raps, and Dillon Ford of Troop 92 Southborough spent their Saturday completing the new fence outside the Southborough Senior Center Oct 5.

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