SAYREVILLE – Six young men from Sayreville have attained the highest rank of the Boy Scouts of America.
Colin Bolton, Justin Corman, Nicholas Curto, Philip Iosue, Vincent Mandola and Jeffrey Nelson officially reached the rank of Eagle Scout at a Court of Honor on April 20.
All six are Sayreville residents and represent both Troop 68, led by Scoutmaster Sean Bolton, and Troop 96, led by Scoutmaster Jim McCracken.
Colin attended St. John Vianney High School in Holmdel, and is currently a freshman at Rowan University. His project was the cleanup and beautification of the cemetery at the Our Lady of Victories Parish in Sayreville. He attained Eagle Scout status in January.
Justin attended Mater Dei Prep in Middletown, and is currently a freshman at Christendom College in Virginia. For his project, he constructed the Marian Prayer Garden at Saint Stanislaus Kostka Parish in Sayreville. He attained Eagle Scout status in April 2018.
Currently a freshman at Middlesex County College, Nicholas attended Bishop George Ahr High School in Edison. He improved and beautified the outdoor grounds of the Trinity United Methodist Church in South Amboy for his project and attained Eagle Scout status in April 2018.
Philip is currently a freshman at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and attended Bishop Ahr. For his project, he improved the interior and exterior of the Trinity United Methodist Church. In April 2018, he attained Eagle Scout status.
An alumni of Sayreville War Memorial High School, Vincent is currently a freshman at Rutgers University New Brunswick. His project was repairing a retaining wall and at staircase at the cemetery at Our Lady of Victories Parish and he attained Eagle Scout status in February 2018.
Jeffrey is currently a freshman at Drexel University and previously attended St. John Vianney. His project was repairing the rectory kitchen at Our Ladies of Victories Parish, which had been damaged by a broken water pipe. He attained Eagle Scout status in September 2018.