When arriving at For All Seasons, you are greeted by a new look in the reception area. Sean Wilson from Boy Scout Troop 532 completed his Eagle project at For all Seasons main office on 300 Talbot Street in Easton.
The new flooring, paint, cabinets and counter are a stylish and friendly greeting to visitors in addition to being met by the friendly smile of the building receptionist, Lynda Koppelman. “I am so very proud of my beautiful reception area! And of the hard work and commitment by Sean that helped him achieve Eagle Scout,” Koppelman comments.
Sean attends the University of Maryland: Baltimore County, and is on scholarship with the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corp. This is the first year NROTC is on the UMBC Campus and in 2020 Sean will graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Modern Russian Language and Linguistics, and be one of the first Marine Officers to commission from the University.
“I managed my entire Eagle Scout Project from start to finish including, planning, fundraising, and execution,” Wilson states. “Most of the money was raised from donations and a letter writing campaign. The entire project took over four months and would not have been possible without the help of Kitchen Creations, and Solid Tops countertop fabrication company. I recruited some volunteers from other scouts, personal and family friends. The project was finished in late March of 2016, then I received my Eagle Scout award and rank in June.”
For All Seasons Executive Director, Beth Anne Langrell declares, “As a community agency, we were overjoyed that when given the choice of many projects, Sean chose For All Seasons as his Eagle Scout Project. Not only did Sean provide a wonderful and functional work space for our staff, he also created a welcoming environment for the 2,500 clients that we serve. It’s service such as Sean’s that leaves a lasting impression and on our community. We are very proud of Sean’s accomplishments as he has moved on to UMBC and we are grateful for all that he’s provided to For All Seasons.”