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Kenilworth Boy Scout Troop 83 Awarded by Mayor

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Troop 83 with Kenilworth Mayor Anthony DeLuca. Credits: Leah Scalzadonna
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KENILWORTH, NJ – The Kenilworth Borough Council presented awards to Boy Scout Troop 83 at Wednesday night’s meeting for the plantings they did outside of Borough Hall and the Kenilworth Public Library.

Each scout had their name called by Mayor Anthony DeLuca and was presented with a certificate. Parents, siblings and family members watched in the audience.

“The measure of a man is not what’s in his pockets, but in his heart,” DeLuca told the scouts. “You guys exemplify what it means to be a young man and these things that you do are going to make you into great men, future leaders and great fathers.”

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The scouts of Troop 83 who received awards are Aidan and Kieran Musser, Joe and Andrew Gasper, David Villafranca, Aidan Devlin, Ryan Miklas and Simon Hashem.

Not present at the meeting were Kenny Dougherty, Chris Kosser and Aidan Colon.

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