Crash, (2nd from right above) a member of Boy Scout Troop 760, of Riverside, CA, oversaw a refurbishing and revamping project at TIER as part of his Eagle Scout project.
Crash planned and managed an improvement project, which included removing the dilapidated siding from our Medical Stalls and replacing it with ¾ inch plywood which was then painted with an all weather paint. He also supervised the work of the Boy Scouts and 3 of their Fathers while they reinforced the old plywood on our 2 stall Feed/Tack room, sanded down the metal and painted it all with a Rust Inhibitor paint. They even hauled off all the old material!
Crash says: “Becoming an Eagle is the highest rank possible and a huge honor and that is what we all strive to be.”
Huge thanks to BSA Troop 760, Crash, his father Big John, Lil’ John, Johnny, Danika (Crash’s sister) Clint, Glenn, Charlie, Chad, Travis & Skyler for their extremely professional job of revamping the TIER Feed & Tack Rooms and completely refurbishing our Medical Stalls. We now have fully functional, sturdy and attractive structures. The Medical Stalls are well shaded and will protect ill horses from the elements. Thank you Crash for such a great job!