Assisted by family members and fellow Scouts, would-be Eagle Scout Matthew Clark (second from the Right on the Front row), a member of Boy Scout Troop 83 in Olathe, recently refurbished a flower garden at Ensor Park and Museum south of Olathe in carrying out his Eagle Scout Service Project. A senior-to-be at Olathe Northwest High School, Matthew used a computer-aided design program to create the layout he followed in adding two butterfly houses to the garden and planting milkweed, phlox, spirea and vinca there to complement the existing irises. Located at 18995 W. 183rd, Ensor Park and Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has as its focal point the picturesque two-story house amateur radio pioneers Marshal and Loretta Ensor were raised in. Also pictured here with Matthew are: Front row – Left to Right: Aidan Clark, Luke Gwartney and Pierce Gwartney; Middle row – Left to Right: Holly Clark and Rhonda Gwartney; and Back row – Left to Right: patrol adviser Dave Devlin and John Clark. Photo courtesy of Rick Nichols