South Shore's residents traveling up along Cumbre Dr may have recently noticed a great improvement at the entrance driveway to the Elks club. A new entrance sign has been constructed as part of an Eagle Scout project headed up by South Shores resident Michael Amalfitano (16 years old at the time). With the help of his fellow scout members and troop leader, Richard Keller, Michael and team did a fantastic job putting together a wonderful, professional looking new sign.
Michael was not the only Boy Scout within the troop to complete his Eagle Scout project within the Elks Club property. See below.
What an inspiration it is to see this young generation working to help improve and beautify our neighborhood. Indeed it seems there is hope for our future!
Neighbor and newly minted (October 24, 2013) Eagle Scout, Michael Amalfitano, built the new Elks Club sign at Cumbre & Pelican as an Eagle Scout project. Pictured with Michael is their troop leader, Richard Keller, who was also key in completing the project.
Troop member Alex Foster (age 17 of Rancho Palos Verdes) completed his Eagle Scout project by planting new pepper trees equipped with drip irrigation system along the Elks Club entrance driveway.
South Shore's resident Liam Mercado (also age 16) headed up a project to install a new concrete walkway around the outside of the Elk's Club signature meeting room building which aided individuals walking up from the lower parking lot.