LEWISBORO, N.Y. -- An Eagle Scout from Lewisboro has been featured on the cover of the December issue of “Boys' Life,” a monthly magazine of the Boy Scouts of America.
Dunlin Stathis of Katonah, an alumnus of Goldens Bridge Troop 154, is shown ice climbing at a Scout camp in the Adirondacks last February.
The ice climbing program held at the Summit High Adventure Base at Curtis S. Read Scout Reservation in Brant Lake focuses on basic techniques and prior experience was not required.
Stathis is an avid hiker and loves the outdoors, said his former Scoutmaster, Richard Perlman.
A graduate of John Jay High School, he nows attends Cornell University.
Calling him “a great kid,” Perlman said Stathis rebuilt a vegetable garden at a children’s daycare center for his Eagle Scout project.
“It was definitely really exciting,” Dunlin said of ice climbing in the Boy’s Life article.
“I thought I would have a good time, but I had such a good time,” he said.
For more information, contact Richard Perlman, Scoutmaster at scoutmastertroop154@googlegroups. com or visit www.troop154.org.
For information on Goldens Bridge Cub Scout Pack 154 (for boys 5 to 12 years old), contact Steve Wysmueller at email@example.com or 914-301-5409.
Goldens Bridge Troop 154 is part of the Westchester-Putnam Council of the Boy Scouts of America.