BRECKSVILLE – State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) congratulated local Scout Samuel John Losi for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. He is a junior at Brecksville-Broadview Heights and a member of Troop 575.

The rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank available within the Boy Scouts of America, requires the achievement of 21 or more merit badges and a service project to benefit the community. Samuel’s project involved designing and installing safety signage on his high school campus with money he collected through charity dinners he had organized.

“Eagle Scout Samuel Losi is a great inspiration to the youth of Brecksville, Broadview Heights, and beyond,” said. Rep. Anielski. “I was honored to present to him a State of Ohio commendation at the high school.  He has shown a real, quantifiable dedication to his community through his years of work, culminating in his service project.”

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