|Scouts perform service project at Dougherty Farmstead|
|Written by Valley View Staff|
|Wednesday, 13 July 2011 10:08|
When the local Cub Scouts contacted the City of Duvall this spring for some community service projects, they were sent to the Dougherty Farmstead on Cherry Valley Road for multiple tasks.
The boys (along with a few girls) pitched in to spread bark mulch for the Pea Patch, cleaned and scrubbed the cemetery fence and ADA ramp to the farmhouse, plus dusted and swept out the interior of the milk shed and the bunkhouse.
Mayor Will Ibershof was in town and stopped by to visit the service project where he found the group hard at work. The kids took the opportunity to visit with Will and take a picture.
The Historic Dougherty Farmstead can be toured on Sundays from 1-4.