BERKELEY HEIGHTS: Boy Scout Troop 68, sponsored by the Berkeley Heights Rotary Club, honored their three newest Eagle Scouts at a ceremony at Governor Livingston High School. In addition to their Eagle medals, presented by Scoutmaster Cliff Boldt, these Scouts also received the Rotary Certificate of Achievement from Dr. Hal Daume, Past President of the Rotary Club and himself an Eagle Scout.
Berkeley Heights Troop 68 has 3 New Eagle Scouts
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