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Two Township Boy Scouts Earn Eagle Rank

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Left to right: Carter Coudriet, Mayor Brian Levine, and Dylan Hutt.
Photo: Troop 113.

Township residents Dylan Hutt and Carter Coudriet earned the Eagle Scout rank in January and February, 2014.

The scouts are members of Troop 113 of Somerset, sponsored by Somerset Presbyterian Church.

To reach the rank of Eagle, each Scout must complete a project that helps and benefits the community in some way. Carter’s Eagle Project consisted of replacing the roof of a shed at Somerset Presbyterian Church; he also created a ramp for another shed at the church.

Dylan’s Eagle Project was the creation of a bird bath and a bike rack for the Marconi Foundation in Marconi Plaza.

Only 65 Scouts from Troop 113 have earned the rank of Eagle in the troop’s 44-year history.

Troop 113 meets 7:30 PM Tuesdays at Somerset Presbyterian Church.  For more information on joining the Troop, visit www.troop113.com.

 

In January and February of 2014, Troop 113 of Somerset, NJ had two of its scouts reach the summit of scouting, as Dylan Hutt and Carter Coudriet earned the rank of Eagle Scout.  Pictured from left to right is Carter Coudriet, Mayor Brian Levine of Franklin, and Dylan Hutt.

Earning the rank of Eagle is not an easy task, as only 65 scouts from Troop 113 have earned this prestigious award in the Troop’s 44 year history.  Troop 113 meets 7:30 PM Tuesdays at Somerset Presbyterian Church.  For more information on joining the Troop, visit www.troop113.com <http://www.troop113.com/

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