Extreme Team: The Big Reveal

SPOKANE — Project Oasis is complete and the Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho now have a place to spend time outside that is safe and welcoming.

The KXLY4 Extreme Team revealed Project Oasis Sunday which included a brand new deck which attached the main program facility to the overnight hostel.

On the deck there are new benches for the girl scouts, a fire pit, a barbecue, a tranquil water feature, and it’s even equipped for wheelchair access. The entire deck is surrounded by a fence to keep the girls safe in this area.

The Extreme Team also put in a perimeter fence, which includes locking gates to increase safety and privacy for everyone who uses the facility.

The parking lot is now smaller, making space for landscaping near the overnight hostel. The lot has a new asphalt surface and new stripes.

New sod, trees, rocks, and underground sprinklers help add color and a welcoming feel to this West Central Spokane neighborhood.

This project began in the spirit of Oprah’s Big Give. ABC gave KXLY $10,000 to help with the project. Fundraisers were held throughout the community and people stepped up to donate and make that money grow.

Less than three months after it began, the Girl Scouts Big Give project is complete for the Extreme Team. Project Oasis will provide an area for the more than 8,000 Girl Scouts and 2,000 plus volunteers who are part of this organization.