Boy Scout Troop 316 at Queen of The Apostles Church, Avoca, recently held an Eagle Scout ceremony in honor of two troop members, Noah Jennings and Charlie Vermac. Noah, the 17-year-old son of Clarence Vern and Linda Jennings of Moosic, is a senior at Riverside High School, where he is captain of the tennis team. He holds the leadership position of senior patrol leader for Troop 316. His Eagle Scout project was providing leadership for renovations to the Moosic Borough Police Department’s exterior. Noah works part time at Gerrity’s Supermarket and plans to attend college for broadcasting. He is the 14th Eagle Scout from Troop 316. Charles Jr., the 17-year-old son of Charles Sr. and Mary Jane Vermac of Avoca, is a junior at Pittston Area High School. Charlie is the 15th Eagle Scout from Troop 316. He is competitive in swimming and track and holds the leadership position of assistant senior patrol leader for Troop 316. His Eagle project was renovating the shed and making upgrades to St. Mary’s Cemetery in Avoca. Charlie works part time at Burger King in Pittston. His future plans are to attend Luzerne County Community College. First row, from left, are Richard Cornwall Jr., John Sepcoski, Moosic Mayor James Segulia, state Rep. Sid Kavolich, state Rep. Mike Carroll, Congressman Matt Cartwright, Sgt. Picolo, the Rev. Phil Sladicka, pastor of Queen of the Apostles; Richard Cornwall III, Chris Gunshore, Bill Gunshore, Mike Hill and Deacon Jim Rose, Queen of the Apostles Parish. Second row: Josiah Lyons, Greg Zurek, Elijah Lyons, Janice Sepcoski and Dawn Phillips. Third row: Matt Fino, Austin Quick, Josh Phillips, Keith Bradley, Sophie Bradley, Jason Phillips, Baggio Mangenillo, Joe Babkowski, Brentyn Carpenter, Josh Sepcoski, Logan Bryan, Noah Jennings, Tyler Osborn and Charlie Vermac.