A rare triple Eagle Scout Court of Honor convened at the Smithtown Historical Society on June 29, made possible by the hard work of Scouts Daniel Darsillo, Antonio Perciavalle and Quinn Sengstaken.
To qualify for an Eagle Scout Court of Honor, a scout must see a community-based project through from planning to execution, with only minimal outside assistance.
For his project, Quinn, a recent graduate of Smithtown High School West, updated a map of the Smithtown Historical Society site and constructed a kiosk to house it in, located in the facility’s main parking area.
Daniel, who will attend Cornell in the fall, constructed a handicap ramp and revitalized a brick walkway at Judge J. Lawrence Smith Homestead at the Historical Society.
Antonio, a junior at Smithtown West where he is a member of the National Honor Society, reconstructed Judge’s Lane gate at the western entrance to the Historical Society in the exact shape and style of the original.
“These young men are all wonderful role models with bright minds, full hearts and leadership skills that they all should be proud of,” said Legislator Kennedy. “They are all examples for younger scouts and non-scouts to emulate and to follow.
“The Eagle Scout Honorees’ troop, parents, families, friends and classmates must be extremely proud of their work and I know that I will be following their futures closely,” he added.