High School Senior Makes Eagle Scout
Sayville High School Senior Craig Davidson of Boy Scout Troop 184 Achieved Eagle Scout Rank.
Sayville High School Senior and Troop 184 Eagle Scout Craig Davidson was recently honored by the community at his Court-of-Honor ceremony that was attended by his family, fellow troop members, and local dignitaries.
After years of dedication throughout his Boy Scout career, Craig completed the requirements for the six ranks of Scout, Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class, Star, Life, and Eagle while earning the necessary 21 badges, and performing community service. To achieve the highest rank in Boy Scouting, however, Craig had to fulfill the demanding requirements of planning, developing, and leading a service project. Craig chose to service a community-supported agricultural garden and established a large patch of raspberry and blueberry plants for cultivation in the Homecoming/Sophia Garden at the Dominican Sisters Motherhouse in Amityville. This garden, which supplies food to local soup kitchens, formerly was comprised of vegetable-only varieties. Craig’s Eagle Scout project expanded the garden’s offerings with berries. Upon the project’s full completion, Craig passed the Eagle Scout Board of Review.
Boy Scout Troop 184, which is sponsored by The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce, acknowledges that Craig is the thirty-fifth Eagle Scout; his older brother Scott was the Troop’s thirty-third Eagle Scout. Congratulations to Craig all the Davidson family.
Photo by Ed Neale shows Craig being honored by District Superintendent Dr. Walter Schartner.