Legislator Trotta Recognizes 4 New Eagle Scouts from Troop 7
Community, Charity & Cause
By Chris Boyle
Published: August 24 2021
Trotta congratulated the successful completion of their Eagle Scout Leadership Project.
Pictured at the Eagle Scout Court of Honor are Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta (center) and the Eagle Scouts Matthew Schepis, Skyler Bazer, Braden Condon and Aidan Giordano.
Photo by: Office of Legislator Trotta
Legislator Rob Trotta recently recognized four Eagle Scouts at a group Eagle Scout Court of Honor. They all earned this distinguished rank through their consistent commitment and dedication to scouting, and the successful completion of their Eagle Scout Leadership Project.
Legislator Trotta said, “I congratulate these young men for their preservation and landscaping efforts to restore and maintain some of our wonderful community institutions, which will benefit so many people for years to come.”
The following scouts earned the rank of Eagle:
Matthew J. Schepis,St. James, refurbished the flowerbeds and enhanced the appearance of the area at Sts. Philip and MES Bethany Center.
Skyler M. Bazer, St. James, did a total restoration of the bathroom at Caleb Smith State Park in Smithtown.
Braden M. Condon, Smithtown, built and stained a fence at the Smithtown Historical Society in Smithtown.
Aiden R. Giordan, Lake Grove, constructed an outdoor classroom at the Sweetbriar Nature Center in Smithtown.