Springfield Scout Troop Stages Ceremony on A SPRINGFIELD -- Members of Boy Scout Troop 318, received merit badges and other achievement awards at a court of honor al St. Paul's United Church of Christ. Many of the honors were earned by the Scouts during their summer encampment at Resica Falls last summer. Scouts advanced to First Class were Randy Powers, John Glaub, Tom Kluberton, Steve Bates and John Simon. John Stalker receiv- ed Star scout rank. Merit badges were awarded to Neil Fisch, camping, fishing, fire- manship, safety, bugling and music; Dennis Fold, camping, basketry, firemanship and safety; Paul Krnpe, camping, safety, citizenship in nation, soil and water conservation; Larry Wangc, cam- ing and cooking; Harry Winslow, swimming; John Fulton, swimming; Rodger Runbakcn, camping and cooking; Chuck Craig, camping, motor boating and soil I ing. and water conservation. Dave Kowalczyk, painting and rowing; Jack Berczny, marksmanship and cooking; Ed Brogan, leatherwork and botany; James Duffy, cooking; Bob Osborn, camping; Kevin Kelley, cookinE Warren Rennesien, camping; Brad Schroenghamer, camping; Bruce Conley, camping; Rick Pollock, swimming and John Stalker, camping and woodcarv A two-year pin was awarded: 1 to Kevin Kelley and three-year pins were presented to Dave Brubaker, Jack Bcrezny, Warren Renneisen, Harry Winslow, Lee Racier and Jim Kern. Brad Schroenghamer also was presented with the camping pro- ficicnty award (Resica) and Ed Brogan was awarded the leather- working proficiency award (Resica). Eagle Scout Pete Cosle qualified for the bronze palm. Ho was awarded merit badges for arch- cry, canoeing, bugling, music and athletics. Eagle Scout Paul Kowalczyk was awarded merit badges for fishing, painting and rowing. He, too qualified for the Bronze Palm. Dave Walker qualified for the Eagle award and received a merit badge in soil and water conser- vation. Brian Loiigmore received badges for fircmansliip, painting, public health and fishing. He qualifies for the Eagle award. Tom Coste received badges for canoeing, rowing, and mile swim. This gives him a total of 24 merit awards. Bob Corcoran was awarded a lifesaving merit badge. He also passed the Order of the Arrow ! ordeal.