Boy Scout Troop 158 OF Hackettstown HOLDS COURT OF HONOR
HACKETTSTOWN, NJ [July 3, 2014]—Boy Scout Troop 158, serving the Hackettstown, Great Meadows, and Allamuchy areas, held its quarterly Court of Honor on Monday, June 30 at the First Presbyterian Church Chapel in Hackettstown. The event recognized Scouts’ rank advancements and merit badges completed throughout the spring.
Nine Scouts advanced in rank or received Eagle palms:
Scout: Gavin Beaton, Jamie Bragg, Kyle Core, Max DiPaola, Giancarlo Pandolfo, Joey Stecker
Tenderfoot: Roger Perkowski
First Class: Reid Captain
Silver Eagle Palm: Spencer Hanus
Thirteen Scouts earned merit badges and other awards:
Gavin Beaton: Totin’ Chip
Reid Captain: Communication
Matt Cassini: Communication
Paul Devine: Communication
Johnnie DeHuff: Communication
Spencer Hanus: Cooking
Nathan Jakub: Communication
Peter Jakub: Communication
Andrew Kmetz: Communication
Tyler Johnson: Citizenship in the World, Communication
Justin Lemasters: Communication, Family Life
Roger Perkowski: Leatherwork, Mammal Study
Bobby Trinneer: Cooking, Hiking
For more information about Boy Scout Troop 158, visit bsatroop158.org.
About Boy Scout Troop 158
Boy Scout Troop 158 has served the Hackettstown area since 1960, and includes approximately 30 boys from the Hackettstown, Great Meadows, and Allamuchy school districts. Troop meetings are held at the First Presbyterian Church Chapel at 291 Main Street in Hackettstown on Mondays from 7:00-8:30pm. The troop is active year-round, including 12 months of camping, as well as service projects and other activities. All boys ages 11 through 17 are welcome to join or visit a troop meeting at any time. For more information, visit bsatroop158.org.