That includes younger Scouts coming up through the ranks, and his little brother, who joined a big list of classmates to enter the garden and enjoy opening day.
“Everything I learn affects me in life,” he said.
LEEP teacher Donna Prokos said Aidan Donovan has watched his older brother’s progress from the beginning, from when it was first planned about 11 months ago.
“He would tell us all about it,” she said.
Prokos said the garden will be readily accessible to all students of all levels and those with various disabilities who attend the school.
School superintendent Nathan Greenberg said the garden was a well-done project.
“It is fantastic,” he said. “It was a labor of love and will provide wonderful times for all our LEEP students.”