PHOTO: 8 Wilmington Eagle Scouts Honored At Ceremony

Below is an announcement from the parents of the recent Eagle Scouts of BSA Troop 56:

WILMINGTON, MA — On Sunday, June 12, 2022, Wilmington’s BSA Troop 56 held an Eagle ceremony. Eight young men reached the highest rank in the Scout BSA program.

Their parents would like to congratulate the boys for their hard work; all the merit badges, community service hours, and their Eagle projects. Many thanks to the adults and leader, both past and present, who have helped them along the way. Without you pointing them in the right direction the Eagle-8 may never have reached this goal. Also thanks to their parents for all you have done in raising these boys and for all your work in planning the ceremony.

Congratulations to Nick Toth, Ryan Whiteman, Anthony Prezioso, Colton Sullivan, David Woltag, Liam Prigmore, Shaun Bradford, and Mason Oullette.

Toth restored and renovated courtyard at Wilmington United Methodist Church.

Whiteman renovated Blanchard Road Conservation Area Trail.

Prezioso built and distributed beds to fight child bedlessness for Sleep in Heavenly Peace.

Sullivan built storage at Eliot Church and St. Paul’s Soup Kitchen and improved lighting.

Woltag revitalized the Buzzell Senior Center Bocce Court.

Prigmore created memorial to honor Wilmington residents who were Killed In Action.

Bradford built a bridge over wetlands in Wilmington Town Forest.

Oullette renovated the Snack Shack at Villanova Youth Center.


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