State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) recently attended the Court of Honor ceremony for several young men who earned their Eagle Scout award for their service. The award is more than a badge. It’s a state of being. They are Eagle Scouts, never were. Some may have received the badge as a boy, but they earn it every day as a man. In the words of the Eagle Scout Promise, 'you do your best each day to make your training an example, your rank and your influence count strongly for better Scouting and for better citizenship in your troop, in your community, and in your contacts with other people.' And to this they pledged their sacred honor.

Eagle Scouts Aaron Goldweber, Dylan Lawson, Jordan Longstreth, and Matt Pathko celebrated their Court of Honor at Grace Tabernacle Church on July 13th.   Dylan was represented by his mother, since Eagle Scout Lawson is now serving our country at boot camp for the Marines.  Troop 424 will have another Eagle Scout by the end of the year, making this is the first time the Troop will have five Eagle Scouts in one year.

“I am pleased to have been able to help honor these Eagle Scouts as such outstanding young members of our community with their family and friends,” Rep Anielski said. “Earning the Court of Honor requires hard work and dedication, both of which all Eagle Scouts have demonstrated successfully.” 

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