Patrick Curtin Attains the Rank of Eagle Scout
Nov 21 2010
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Town of Schodack Resolution 2010-366

WHEREAS, Patrick Curtin, son of Patricia O'Neil and Dan Curtin, on the 21st day of November, in the year two thousand ten, was promoted to Eagle Scout, the highest rank a boy can receive in scouting, and

WHEREAS, Patrick started his journey in Cub Scouting as a Tiger Scout with Troop 253 in Castleton, New York, earning his Arrow of Light and Bobcat, Wolf and Bear Patches, and

WHEREAS, Patrick is a member of Boy Scout Troop 53, and has earned 26 Merit Badges in his 12 years of Boy Scouting, and

WHEREAS, for his Eagle Scout project, Patrick chose to build five outdoor benches, three for the Schodack Town Park and two for the Castleton Elementary School. The benches were constructed out of decking materials recycled from the Castleton Elementary School's temporary modular school decking. Over 115 man hours were utilized to complete the project, and

WHEREAS, Patrick is a senior at Maple Hill High School where he has achieved the Honor Roll and the High Honor Roll in each quarter of high school, and

WHEREAS, Patrick is a three-season sports athlete, participating in soccer, basketball, baseball and serves as co-captain for soccer, and

WHEREAS, Patrick is a member of Key Club, National Honor Society and the Science Olympiad Team,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Schodack commends and congratulates Patrick Curtin upon the auspicious occasion of being awarded the rank of Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Supervisor Dowds presented a copy of this resolution, suitably engrossed, to Patrick Curtin at his Court of Honor on November 21, 2010.