Troop 381 Honors Eagle Scout Ronald Trosin III
On Saturday, October 27, 2012, Boy Scout Troop 381 welcomed family and friends of Ronald Trosin III, as he was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest level of achievement in the Boy Scouts of America.
The ceremony was held at St. Augustine Parish in Deerfield Township, home of Troop 381’s chartered organization, the Knights of Columbus of St. Augustine Parish.
Ronald’s father, a fellow Eagle Scout and Scoutmaster of Troop 381, administered the Charge to Eagle. Assistant Scoutmaster and fellow Eagle Scout Mike Peterson presented Ronald with his Eagle Rank.
In recognition of his achievement, Ronald was presented with letters of commendation from Governor Rick Snyder, Senator Debbie Stabenow, U.S. Representative Mike Rogers, and Michigan Representatives Joe Hune and Cindy Denby.
Eagle Scout Ronald Trosin III addressed many of those gathered, thanking them for their contributions which made his Eagle project a success. Guests gathered afterward for a luncheon hosted by the Trosin family.
The service project Ronald selected to fulfill his Eagle Scout rank requirements was to acquire and administer 100 flu shots for unemployed and low-income residents of Livingston County in the fall of 2011, thereby helping maintain a healthy community.
Troop 381 is proud to celebrate the service and achievement of Eagle Scout Ronald Trosin III.