During his eight years of leadership and guidance, 28 boys have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout with many more on their way toward that accomplishment. The Cabin grounds have undergone numerous additions including the construction of the Hadden Garage and the Patrol Campsites not to mention renovations to the Climbing Tower, Bell Tower and minor additions like the wood shed and driveway signs. The forestry project which opened up much of the grounds was also done during his term and of course the Cabin itself has seen improvement. Camp Lisle at Horseshoe has also gone through major development during his time as Scoutmaster and Camp Horseshoe as a whole has seen other Paoli 1 projects improve the camp.
The Troop has run fourteen summer trips in the last eight years including trips to all three BSA High Adventure Bases allowing Paoli 1 scouts for the first time to earn the Triple Crown. Recruitment has remained high with the reactivation of Fox Patrol to handle the increased numbers and for the first time there has been major competition between scouts over the position of Patrol Leader as so many scouts remain in the program to reach the senior ranks.
Perhaps the most telling legacy that he leaves the Troop is the development of the Man Scout Patrol. Although young alumni staying interested and the (somewhat) formal creation of the group was an initiative taken by the alumni alone, the "man scouts" are all Magnotta's Eagles. It was his influence that helped guide them through Scouting and it is his influence that has kept them around even after graduating from the Troop.