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10 Broomall Cub Scouts Graduate To Boy Scouts

Ten Cub Scouts From Pack 151 recently made the transition to Boy Scout Troop 151 at Veterans Memorial Park in Broomall.

BROOMALL–Ten Cub Scouts From Pack 151 make the transition to Boy Scout Troop 151 on May 30 in Broomall.

Broomall's on Lawrence Road provided a majestic backdrop as ten area Cub Scouts graduated the program and ceremonially crossed over into Boy Scout Troop 151.

Cubmaster Chris Pilko bid each Scout family a fond farewell as Scoutmaster Mike Maguire and Senior Patrol Leader John Fino welcomed them to the Troop. David Bryan, an executive from Cradle of Liberty Council, was on-hand to congratulate the boys who made the transition.

The Scouts who crossed over were Andrew Christensen, Evan Gerstenkorn, Michael Harrington, Ryan Naughton, Nicholas Pastris, John Pecorari, Ryan Riddell, Luke Vanderslice, and Matthew Walter. All boys attend schools in the . Most of the scouts earned their Arrow of Light badge, the highest rank in Cub Scouting.

Both Cub Scout Pack 151 and Boy Scout Troop 151 are chartered to in Broomall. The Cub Scout Pack is a family program open to boys in first through fifth grades. The Pack meets at 7 p.m. on Monday nights during the school year. The Boy Scout troop is for boys 11-18 years old. The Troop meets at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday nights year round.

Scouting offers a safe environment for boys to have fun while they develop their character, learn to be good citizens and stay physically fit. Pack and Troop 151 hold activities like camping trips, group trips to sporting events like the Phillies and the Harlem Globetrotters, service projects and the very popular Pinewood Derby™ where scouts build and race cars made from a block of wood.

For more information about Cub Scout Pack 151, visit www.cubpack151.org. For Boy Scout Troop 151, visit www.troop151bsa.org. Both the Cub Scout Pack and Boy Scout Troop welcome new members.

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