August 2020 – The Boy Scouts of America, Troop #349 of Smithtown, welcomed four new Eagle Scouts, having completed the requirements to attain the rank of Eagle Scout at the Hoyt Farm Park in Commack.
Christopher Robert Caputo (CJ) constructed two handicap accessible brick walkways from the pavement to an existing Eagle Scout project for the Sachem Sports Club at the P.A.L. Complex in Holtsville, NY.
Jack Dombkowski designed, constructed, and painted a 184’ wood fencing with hog wire backing to keep sheep within the fenced area at the Smithtown Historical Society in Smithtown, NY.
Thomas Anthony Keenan built and painted an 8’ X 16’ freestanding wood enclosure to house the sheep at the Smithtown Historical Society in Smithtown, NY.
Tyler Stephen Hans installed fencing, gates, and a small library at the youth building at the St. James Lutheran Church in Saint James, NY, allowing users to take or donate books to read.
Legislator Leslie Kennedy, along with other officials were honored to present each new Eagle Scout with a Proclamation highlighting each of their achievements, “to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout exemplifies the development of leadership, self- reliance and other qualities so sought after by young men, these four new Eagle Scouts exemplify such character”, said Kennedy.
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