The Town of Babylon recently honored two local scouts for their efforts in beautifying two different areas in the town as part of their quest to gain Eagle Scout status.
Daniel Kata and Christopher Starling, of Troop 175 in West Babylon, were both awarded the Eagle Scout Court of Honor on Saturday, April 30.
Along with years of faithful service and dedication, both scouts completed a community service project that was recognized with this award.
Kata's project was planning and directing the refurbishing of the in the in Lindenhurst, which was Starling's project was to plan, coordinate, obtain funding for, and install two Mendocino style benches with cement kickpads at Southards Pond in Babylon Village.
Both projects turned out beautifully, and these scouts achieved Eagle Scout awards given by town officials at a recent ceremony.
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