Warren's Frisbie is latest Troop 29 Eagle Scout
Ben Frisbie of Boy Scout Troop 29 with his parents, Jerry and Colleen, and sister, Casey, at his Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony on June 1. ~ BZ photos
Boy Scout Troop 29 added another Eagle Scout to its ranks when Ben Frisbie of Warren was recognized during an Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony at the Warren Community Center June 1.
Frisbie, a senior at Wamogo Regional High School who will attend the University of New Haven and study criminal justice, for his Eagle Scout project built three benches for the Warren Town Beach at Lake Waramaug.
Presenting citations to Frisbie during the ceremony were Warren First Selectman Craig Nelson, Litchfield Selectman Paul Parsons, state Rep. David T. Wilson, R-Litchfield, and state Rep. Craig Miner, R-Litchfield. Representatives of the Northwest Detachment of the Marine Corps League also recognized Frisbie.
Dan Martineau, an adult leader with Troop 29, was the master of ceremonies. Frisbie's parents, Jerry and Colleen, also participated.
Ben Frisbie addresses the crowd during the ceremony.
Ben Frisbie receives a certificate and a scholarship from Wayne Wilson of the Northwest Detachment of the Marine Corps League.
Gregg Timm of the Northwest Detachment of the Marine Corps League presents a commendation to Ben Frisbie.
Ben Frisbie and his parents listen to words from state Rep. David T. Wilson, R-Litchfield.
State Sen. Craig Miner, R-Litchfield, right, pays tribute to Ben Frisbie as master of ceremonies Dan Martineau looks on.