Webelos II Cub Scouts ‘bridge’ to Boy Scouts

New Boy Scouts: Raymond (R.J.) Faltinsky, John Flaming, Luke Shugert, Rocco Cappetta at the bridging ceremony. Photo/Jon Clark

A bridging event was held Jan. 14 for four Webelos II Cub Scouts who became Boy Scouts.  The Boy Scouts walked across the bridge and received their Arrow of Light Patch at a ceremony held at the Village Church Hall. The Scouts are all in the 5th grade – three attend R. Roger Rowe School and one attends Diegueño Country School.

The new Boy Scouts are: Raymond (R.J.) Faltinsky, John Flaming, Luke Shugert, Rocco Cappetta.

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