Four local Scouts receive Eagle at recent Court of Honor

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Via Mike Georgetti:

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal was among the dignitaries at a recent Court of Honor held by Boy Scout Troop 12 at St. Agnes Church.

The four new Eagle Scouts received citations from the U.S. Senate, and were also honored by State Rep. James Maroney and Alderman Phil Vetro, D-4.

All four Scouts were also sent Proclamations and Citations from U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy, Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-3, State Sen. Gayle Slossberg, Gov. Dannel Malloy and Mayor Ben Blake.

Troop 12 chairman Michael Georgetti said attaining the top rank of Eagle is a huge accomplishment. “It requires many years of hard work and service to one’s community. Of all the Scouts that register in the BSA, only about 2 percent ever make it to become an Eagle Scout.”

Troop 12 at St. Agnes Church has had 10 Scouts earn the rank of Eagle in the past 10 years, and 24 troop members have received the top rank since 1992.

To receive the honor, each Scout must complete an approved community service project.

Ratan Manohar‘s project was to repair fencing and walkways and landscape the property for The Center for Child Development

Patrick Abbazia‘s project was to build a walkway to a Prayer Garden and construct a new pergola at St. Agnes Church.

Teddy Boynton ’s project was to paint and remodel a couple classrooms building shelves in one room to turn it into a Library which he collected books for it.

Nick Razzaia‘s project was to rebuild the Rangers Office at Camp Cedarcrest in Orange which included new windows and sliding glass doors and a deck.

Ratan Manohar, Patrick Abbazia, Father Francis X. Callhan, St. Agnes pastor, Nicholas Razzaia, Theodore Boynton and U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal --  Photo By Gail Lynn Photography

Ratan Manohar, Patrick Abbazia, Father Francis X. Callhan, St. Agnes pastor, Nicholas Razzaia, Theodore Boynton and U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal –
Photo By Gail Lynn Photography

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