On an unusually warm Saturday in May, Eagle Scout candidate Jarrod Langton formed and led a team  through his plan to upgrade the loop trail around the Seaside Park wooded area behind the ball field and grandstand. Inspiration for Jarrod’s project came from problems reported by school Cross Country teams training in the area.  Trail improvement focussed on removing rocks and covering roots with soil and woodchips to reduce tripping hazards.  In addition, one length of the trail that becomes rather muddy after heavy rain was raised and wood chipped. In spite of the warmth of the day, and the discomfort this brings to field work, the results of this Eagle Scout project clearly reduce the likelihood of tripping and injury, particularly for runners.