Volunteers building Boy Scout facility nail by nail in Caribou

Posted Feb. 25, 2011, at 8:31 p.m.
A new home for area Boy Scout activities is being built on Aldrich Drive in Caribou. Caribou Friends of Scouting volunteers and professionals have donated more than 3,000 hours in labor, to ensure that the future meeting place for area Scouts will be ready for use sometime this summer. Scout Leader Mark Draper is shown here operating a nail gun.
Jim Emple | BDN
A new home for area Boy Scout activities is being built on Aldrich Drive in Caribou. Caribou Friends of Scouting volunteers and professionals have donated more than 3,000 hours in labor, to ensure that the future meeting place for area Scouts will be ready for use sometime this summer. Scout Leader Mark Draper is shown here operating a nail gun.

A new home for area Boy Scout activities is being built on Aldrich Drive in Caribou. Caribou Friends of Scouting volunteers and professionals have donated more than 3,000 hours in labor since last fall to ensure that the future meeting place will be ready sometime in July, according to Vaughn Keaton, scoutmaster of Caribou Boy Scout Troop 184. An open house is tentatively scheduled for August, he said. Scout Leader Mark Draper is shown here operating a nail gun inside the new facility.

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