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Troop 8 Holds Court of Honor

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Troop 8 Color Guard: Harrison Walker, Peter Hughes, and Rodrigo Alarcon Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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New Scouts Welcomed Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Chaplain's Aid: Matt Migliozzi Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Senior Patrol Leader: Matt Piechnik Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Troop 8 Scoutmaster Mostert congratulates new Committee Chair, Curt Villars Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Eagle Scout Andrew Ziegler is one of four new Assistant Scoutmasters for Troop 8. Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Matthew Sidorovich and Tim Higgins talk about Scouting for Food Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Maxwell Benedict is congratulated by Scoutmaster Mostert for earning his Star rank. Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Positions of Responsibility: Matt Castellano, Harrison Walker, Charlie Foy, Peter Hughes, Brad Rindos, Matthew Goldstein and Rodrigo Alarcon Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Nicholas Pascarella is one of the new Assistant Patrol Leaders Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Mary Sue and Jim Hughes flank their son, Peter, who was awrded the rank of Life Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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First Class Rank Earned Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Mark Castellano earned his Bronze Eagle Palm Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Ryan Dailey maing announcements Credits: Corkie Ziegler
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Troop 8 held a Court of Honor on Sunday, March 6 at Ogden Memorial Presbyterian Church on Main Street in Chatham.  There were 21 Merit Badges and 21 Rank Advancements earned.

Troop 8 meeting every Monday from 7-8:30PM.  For more information, please contact ASM, Mark Twentyman at 201-572-3855.

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