In addition, Ebersold will be relocating and repairing some of the fitness stations to get them out of the wettest, muddiest areas and laying culvert piping under the trail to better divert some of the water runoff to a stream running through the course.
Some of this work has already been done. Cameron will basically have until the end of July to complete the project, because he is traveling to Denmark for a year as part of a Rotary International Youth Exchange Program.
Now 16, Cameron has been a scout since second grade. The project will cap his years of experiences.
Both father and son are still making use of the trail.
"It's a nice place, it's free and you can get a good workout," Cameron Ebersold said. "The residents should be able to use a top-quality trail."
Anyone who wishes to make a monetary donation to the project can send checks to Troop 58, 36 Bridge St. Slingerlands 12159. The check must be made out to Troop 58.""