First Posted: 3/20/2011
Boy Scout Troop 352 honored their three newest Eagle Scouts at a ceremony held at the First United Methodist Church, West Pittston. In the ceremony, Jordan Pringle, Danny Valenti, and Dillon Cason were presented with their Eagle Awards, and reminded to use what they have learned in their Scouting career throughout their lives.
Jordan Pringle: For his Eagle Project Jordan organized and led the repainting of the playground equipment and refinishing the picnic tables at the Butler Street Park, in Wyoming. Jordan is a senior at Wyoming Area. After graduation from high school Jordan plans on attending Penn State University to study Architectural Engineering. Jordan is the son of Gary K. Pringle and Cheryl Fedor.
Danny Valenti: For his Eagle Project Danny repainted the fire hydrants in West Pittston. Danny is a graduate of Wyoming Area and currently attends the Pennsylvania College of Technology studying civil engineering. Upon Graduation Danny Plans to move back to West Pittston and work locally. Danny is the son of Joe and Donna Valenti.
Dillon Cason: For his Eagle Project Dillon compiled a list of emergency contact information of businesses and other complexes in West Pittston. Dillon is a Graduate of Wyoming Area, and is currently studying as an Undergraduate at the University of Scranton, majoring in Biochemistry and minoring in History in the Pre-Med program. Upon graduating From Scranton, Dillon Plans to attend medical school specializing in Radiology. Dillon is the son of Thomas Cason.
Any boy, from 11 to 17 years old, wishing to get involved in Boy Scouts is invited to attend a Troop meeting. Troop 352 meets at the first United Methodist Church, West Pittston, at the corner of Montgomery and Wyoming Avenues, Mondays at 7:00 p.m. Younger Boys can attend a Cub Scout Meeting with Pack 352, meetings are Mondays at 6:00 p.m.
Pictured left to right are Ryan Foy, Scoutmaster, Danny Valenti, Jordan Pringle, and Dillon Cason.