Historic property brought back to life

PRESERVING HISTORY—Eagle Scout candidate Charlson Lee, third from left, and Boy Scout Troop 127 complete a restoration and outdoor clean-up of areas surrounding the Masson House, Calabasas Historic Landmark No. 1, built in the early 1900s. In 2016, a wildfire swept through Calabasas and damaged Headwaters Corner Park, where the house stands. Charlson’s Eagle project was to refurbish and repaint the exterior of the landmark, which also serves as a nature and visitor center. From left are: Chris Lee, headmaster Geoff Gunn, Charlson Lee, John Lietsch, Calvin Lee, Charles Lee, Steve Lloyd and Ali Sarman. Courtesy photo

PRESERVING HISTORY—Eagle Scout candidate Charlson Lee, third from left, and Boy Scout Troop 127 complete a restoration and outdoor clean-up of areas surrounding the Masson House, Calabasas Historic Landmark No. 1, built in the early 1900s. In 2016, a wildfire swept through Calabasas and damaged Headwaters Corner Park, where the house stands. Charlson’s Eagle project was to refurbish and repaint the exterior of the landmark, which also serves as a nature and visitor center. From left are: Chris Lee, headmaster Geoff Gunn, Charlson Lee, John Lietsch, Calvin Lee, Charles Lee, Steve Lloyd and Ali Sarman. Courtesy photo

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