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Troop 351 holds Court of Honor

Troop 351 of Shiloh Reformed Church of Faith, recently held its Court of Honor. The event was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance and the Scout Oath. The Rev. Mark Williams, unit commissioner, presented a program called “Scouting ó Alive and Well.”
Jim Sawyer, senior district executive, spoke on the “Friends of Scouting” program.
Scoutmaster Phil Koon presented awards to the following scouts: Andrew Postonó God and Life, Canoeing, First Aid, Swimming, Riflery and Communications; Doc Schlesselman ó First Class rank, God and Church, Rowing and Lifesaving; Brandon Speer ó Fingerprinting and First Aid; Jason Shuping ó God and Church and First Aid; Daniel Moose ó First Aid and Swimming; Hunter Poston ó Fishing, Riflery and Tenderfoot; Conner Honeycutt ó First Aid; Will Artz ó Totin Chip and God and Church; Stephen Edwards óTotin Chip; Chris Greer óTotin Chip, God and Church; Daniel Brady ó Mile Swim and God and Church.
Eagle Scouts Matthew Koon and Patrick Hunter received District Eagle Award recognition.
Assistant Scoutmasters for Troop 351 are Steve Yates, Dean Yates, Matthew Koon and Lynn Hauss. The Court of Honor was closed with a benediction by the Rev. Wayne Trexler, pastor of Shiloh Reformed Church of Faith.

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