Posted Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

The Morris County Freeholders recognize that attaining the rank of Eagle Scout for a boy scout, and earning the Gold Award for a girl scout requires hard work and dedication on the part of the young person.

That is why the freeholders would like to invite these scouts to their public meetings so they can be honored during brief recognition ceremonies.

“The projects these outstanding young people must complete to become an Eagle Scout and to receive the Gold Award take a great deal time and commitment on their part,” said Freeholder Director Gene F. Feyl. “The freeholders would be proud to honor these young men and women by inviting them to attend our meetings so we may publically acknowledge their achievements.”

Feyl said scout leaders or parents of a scout about to become an Eagle Scout or Gold Award recipient may call the county’s public information office at 973-285-6015 or contact the office by e-mail at [email protected] for more information.