LEWISTON – Randall Road Cemetery has received quite an uplift due to 14-year-old Nicholas Bouyea’s Eagle Scout project. Bouyea is a member of Troop 116 in Lewiston.

A freshman at Lewiston High School, Bouyea has spent 30 hours beautifying the cemetery. In doing so, he has cut and removed wild brush, restacked rocks, erected a new fence and reloamed and seeded 25 yards of loam. Materials for the project were donated by area companies. Marc Lavalliere, park foreman, said, “The work of this young man has been exemplary. His contributions will enable the Parks and Rec Department to more easily maintain the cemetery, and we greatly appreciate all the time and effort that he has put forth.”

City Arborist Steve Murch added, “This is by far the best volunteer project that I’ve ever seen. It has really shaped up.”

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