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Eagle Scouts honored across LI

Zachary Costello, Fredrick Winter III and Receiver of

Zachary Costello, Fredrick Winter III and Receiver of Taxes Lou Marcoccia Boy Scouts of America Troop 4 Eagle Court of Honor Ceremony at St. James Episcopal Church in St. James. (June 3, 2012) Credit: Handout

The newest group of Eagle Scouts on Long Island is taking flight.

In ceremonies across Long Island, Scouts are being honored for attaining the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America hierarchy. To reach that level, Scouts have to earn 21 merit badges and demonstrate a commitment to service and leadership.

They must also complete a service project.

Among those recently honored were Logan Farrell of Troop 80 in Farmingville; Zachary Costello and Fredrick Winter III of Troop 4 in Brookhaven; Patrick Holomshek and Thomas Bundy of Troop 384 in Mount Sinai; Alexander DaPonte of Troop 74 in Coram; and Christopher Henry Recupero, who was lauded by Islip Town Councilman Steve Flotteron at St. Joseph’s Church in Ronkonkoma.

Do you know a recently honored Eagle Scout? Send us a picture so we can include him in our 2012 Long Island Eagle Scouts gallery. Be sure to include his troop number and location.

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