July 30, 2009
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- On July 15, Zachary T. Coleman of Troop 31 in Waynesboro was honored at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor and awarded the Eagle Scout rank. It was held in the chapel at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Mentzer Gap Road in Waynesboro. Andrew Moats, Scoutmaster for Troop 31, sponsored by the church, welcomed Zachary and a large group, more than 100 including his father, James W. Coleman, of Waynesboro, and his mother, Rachel Grimm of Greencastle, Pa., Scout leaders, fellow Scouts, family and friends.
December 22, 2009
Mason-Dixon Boy Scout Troop 64 in Maugansville recenty held its quarterly Court of Honor. Scoutmaster Scott Smoot presented the following awards: o Logan Mowen: Camping, Canoeing, Citizenship in the World, Communications, Electricity, Environmental Science, Fish and Wildlife, Forestry, Indian Lore, Nature, Orienteering and Wilderness Survival merit badges; World Conservation patch o Josh Murray: One-year service star o Cody Rippeon:...
October 16, 1997
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The Greencastle Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6319 will plant a sugar maple Saturday at the Jerome R. King Playground to replace a tree planted in 1951 in honor of Harry D. Ziegler, the first casualty from the area in World War II. The post is named for Ziegler. The original tree died. The 11 a.m. ceremony will include an invocation, short biography of Ziegler and remarks by Nate Bacon, chairman of the borough's Shade Tree Commission. The Ziegler family will also be present.
May 3, 2011
Cub Scout Pack 22 held its annual Blue and Gold Banquet Feb. 12 at St. Andrew's United Methodist Church in Hagerstown. Following dinner, the pack held its crossover ceremony for three Webelo II Scouts. Travis Knapp, Alex Rodenburg and Sammy Morrison were presented with the the Arrow of Light, the highest award in Cub Scouting. The Scouts crossed the bridge into Boy Scouts and were welcomed into Troop 62 by Scoutmaster Marty Brown and Senior Patrol Leader Colton Duvall. Troop 62 presented them with bolos to replace their Webelo neckerchiefs.
November 9, 2008
Boy Scout Troop 136, Halfway, celebrated its 35th year of serving youth in the community on Oct. 7 at the Church of the Holy Trinity, with many former Scouts and leaders in attendance. Current Troop 136 members conducted the opening ceremony and presented the colors. Scoutmaster Don Gehr reviewed the recent accomplishments of the current Boy Scouts at Sinoquipe Scout Reservation during the summer. Several of the Eagle Scouts from Troop 136 were in attendance and reminisced with leaders of the past.
September 5, 2009
BOONSBORO - Troop 20 of Boonsboro recently honored Zachary Puglisi with the Eagle Scout rank. Master of ceremonies Brett Smith and Scoutmaster Carl Bolland presented the award to Zachary during a ceremony at Benevola United Methodist Church in Boonsboro. Zachary's parents, Raymond and Wendy Puglisi, many friends and family and state and local leaders were in attendance. Washington County Commissioners President John Barr presented Zachary with a certificate of merit. Maryland State Sen. Donald Munson presented him with a Senate resolution.
July 28, 2009
Training is one of the most important aspects in being a Boy Scout leader. Woodbadge is advanced training in leadership skills for all adults in the Boy Scouts of America programs. Not only Cub Scouts, leaders in Boy Scouting, Varsity Scouting, Venturing and Commissioner Service are eligible to participate. An advanced learning experience is presented over two long weekends or a weeklong course. An application phase lasts for several months during which the leaders apply the specific skills they have learned at the Woodbadge.
May 9, 2008
Troop 117, Clear Spring, honored Kyle Justin Downs with the highest award in Scouting - the Eagle Scout - on April 12 at St. Johns United Church of Christ. The opening ceremony was conducted by the members of Troop 117 and Scoutmaster Keith Sheffler served as master of ceremonies. He also read the Trail to Eagle. Eagle Scout Alan Downs, Kyle's brother, administered the Eagle Charge. Scoutmaster Keith Sheffler presented the Eagle badge and Kyle in turn presented his mother with a miniature Eagle pin and his father with an Eagle lapel pin. Kyle is the son of Andy and Cindy Downs.
July 9, 2009
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. -- Troop 287 in Greencastle, Pa., recently honored Joseph T. Pasquarello II with the highest award in Scouting -- the Eagle Scout at Hope Reformed Presbyterian Church in Shippensburg. The opening ceremony was conducted by the members of Troop 287. Scoutmaster Pete Berneir presented the Eagle badge and Joseph in turn presented his mother with a miniature Eagle pin and his father with an Eagle lapel pin. Joseph is the son of Thomas J. Pasquarello and Crystal D. Pasquarello.