INDEPENDENCE—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) presented an Ohio House commendation this week to Nicholas Mroczynksi for earning the rank of Eagle Scout in Boy Scout Troop 297.

A junior at Independence High School, Mroczynksi earned 25 merit badges through Independence United Methodist Church. His project benefited St. Michael Catholic Church, where he removed the old landscaping surrounding the St. Francis Center and replaced it with new plants and shrubs, as well as mulching the area.

“I was honored to present a commendation to Nicholas in recognition of his great achievement,” Anielski said. “Through his selfless acts of service to his community, he is a tremendous example and role model to people of all ages.”

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