UNION, NJ- Christian Glaser became an Eagle Scout at a Court of Honor held with Boy Scout Troop 68 on Sunday at the Union Elks Lodge.
Glaser, in scouting since the first grade, cleared the backyard and added benches at the historic Caldwell Parsonage for his Eagle Scout project. “The project took four weeks from clean-up of the brush to building the new benches,” said Glaser.
“Our thanks to Christian and the many volunteers who worked on this project,” said Vice President of the Union Historical Society David Arminio.
Glaser’s Scoutmaster Carlos Nunes said “Christian always works hard and is always willing help.”
Eagle Scout is the highest advancement rank in Boy Scouting. To earn the rank, a Boy Scout must progress through the ranks of Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class, Star, and Life Scout and earn 21 merit badges or more.
Famous Eagle Scouts include astronauts Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, and James Lovell of Apollo 13 fame, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, former NJ Senator Bill Bradley, former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg, Oscar-winning director Steven Spielberg, Michael Dukakis, former Governor of Massachusetts and 1988 Presidential candidate, Wal*Mart founder Sam Walton, and President Gerald R. Ford.