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Two Croton-Harmon Students Attain Eagle Scout Rank

eagle scouts  On April 14th, Troop 28 BSA presented Croton-Harmon High School students Carmelo Camillieri and Sean Martin with the Eagle Scout Rank at their Court of Honor.

Obtaining the rank of Eagle Scout is one of the highest ranks these young men can achieve in their scouting careers. Mike Reynolds and Paul Kooney were the masters of ceremonies while several dignitaries including Mayor Brian Pugh, County Legislator Catherine Borgia and Regina Clarkin, Holy Name of Mary Religious Education Director, were present to deliver honors to the boys. Tom Livingston welcomed all the guests and Patrick DeLasho delivered the Eagle Charge. Paul Kooney presented the Eagle Medal and Eagle Scout Oath. A reception was held at the Croton Yacht Club.

Carmelo's service project consisted of building shelving units to provide storage space in the Holy Name of Mary gymnasium for toys that are used by a children's play group. Sean's service project involved renovating an outdated childcare room that is used by the religious education program at Holy Name of Mary Church.
Sean Martin plans to attend SUNY Cortland and Carmelo plans to attend Weschester Community College in the Fall.

Congratulations to both!