Two More Residents Earn Eagle Scout Rank
Posted: August 2, 2022
During the Eagle Scout Court of Honor Event held on Sunday, July 31, 2022, two Randolph residents received proclamations from Deputy Mayor Lou Nisivoccia on behalf of the township council in recognition of their achievement of the Eagle Scout rank earlier this year: Ryan Borinski and Patrick Williams.
As Boy Scouts of America with Troop #50, Mr. Borinski had been a member for twelve years before earning the rank of Eagle Scout on July 3, 2022, and Mr. Williams was a member for five years prior to his promotion to Eagle Scout on March 13, 2022. Both young men earned their ranks through completion of projects that will have lasting impacts for the community.
Eagle Scout Ryan Borinski led a project that will benefit the users of the Randolph trails. After presenting his ideas to the Randolph Trails Advisory Committee and Recreation and Community Services Director Russ Newman, they agreed on installing additional directional sign posts at key points on the trails. The new signs match the size and style of existing trail signage and will better guide trail users for a more enjoyable experience on the trail system.
Eagle Scout Patrick Williams earned his Eagle Scout Award by completing a project that will benefit Resurrection Parish. After observing the poor and dangerous condition of the storage building, he led a group of family, friends, and volunteers to replace the flooring and install a new door and two new windows. The storage building is now safe and accessible for Father Tarantino and all the parish volunteers that change the decorations for the holidays throughout the year.
In achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, Mr. Borinski and Mr. Williams have reached the zenith of scouting and are a source of pride and inspiration for all of Randolph. Both young men deserve recognition and congratulations for their exceptional achievements!