Record year for Eagles
By Dennis Hill
Published in News on January 31, 2011 1:46 PM
Dr. Hervy Kornegay, right, who earned his Eagle Scout Badge in 1950, speaks to attendees at the 88th Annual Volunteer and Eagle Scout Recognition Reception at Wayne Community College on Sunday. Dr. Kornegay was honored by the Tuscarora Council by having the 2010 class of Eagle Scouts named after him. At left is Rick Pridgen, a member of the the council's executive board.
The Tuscarora Council's 2010 class of new Eagle Scouts is seen onstage in Moffatt Auditorium at Wayne Community College on Sunday. The past year saw a record number of Scouts -- 79 -- achieve the rank.
Three adult Scouters received the Silver Beaver Award on Sunday from the Tuscarora Council. The award is the highest given to an adult involved in the Boy Scouts of America. From left: Chris Henderson, assistant scoutmaster of Troop 51 in Wallace; Ann Hardee, roundtable commissioner for the Neusiok District in Johnston County; and Dave Parker, assistant scoutmaster for Troop 8, based out of New Hope United Methodist Church in Goldsboro.
The past year saw a record number of young men achieve the rank of Eagle Scout in the Tuscarora Council. And on Sunday, they and several Scout volunteers were honored at a special ceremony at Wayne Community College. The...
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