The Middleton Scout Cabin
The Scout cabin is a modest 900 square foot single story wood-framed building constructed in the mid 1950’s, consisting of a 24’x40’ meeting room on the main ﬂoor and storage space and restroom facilities in the basement area. While the Scout Cabin has received maintenance over the years, it remains essentially as it was originally built over 60 years ago.
To address the Scout Cabin’s current limitations, The Friends of Middleton Scouting formed a subcommittee to collaborate with current Scouts, Scouters and Scouting families to identify and prioritize the improvements and renovations required to support future generations of Scouting. This careful study identiﬁed the following needs listed .
Two of the needs identified are to provide restroom facilities accommodating both boys and girls and to achieve Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance and access for Scouts and families with disabilities. This campaign is to fund an ADA compliant gender neutral restroom on the first floor of the Cabin.