Boy Scouts Troop 66

David Schildraut (center) and some of the Boy Scouts from troop 66 in Edison.

EDISON, NJ - ED The North Edison Public Library has a new outdoor reading area! For his Eagle Scout Project, David led the construction of benches and the installation of landscaping for an outdoor reading area at the North Edison Branch of the Edison Library. This new installation has created a beautiful space for the community to enjoy the outdoors and read. The North Edison Library is thrilled to have such a wonderful new space for the community. 

The North Edison Library is located at 777 Grove Avenue. With thousands of books, DVDs, magazines, computers and other resources for the community, the library is a geat place to expand your horizons, study, do research, or just spend some time with your children. With a full calendar of events, there is always lots to do and see at the library. Check the Edison Libraries calendar of events for more information or stop by and ask one of our friendly staff! Check out the expansive collection of material on our website at

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