HARRISBURG — Chandler Prymowicz , an Eagle Scout with Troop 418 sponsored by the Nanticoke American Legion, will be recognized on the House and Senate floors in Harrisburg on April 7 for earning all 137 Boy Scout merit badges. This includes the four “Heritage” merit badges that were only available for one year during the BSA Bicentennial year.
Chandler, 18, has been pursuing his Boy Scout career since he joined Troop 418 on May 8, 2006. As he worked through the years, he achieved all Boy Scout ranks — tenderfoot, second class, first class, star and life — by March 2010. In the meantime, Chandler achieved additional honors, including membership in the Order of the Arrow, designated as the honor society of Scouting, on June 1, 2008; Great Expectation Leadership training on Nov. 15, 2008; and his Brotherhood Membership on March 28, 2009. Chandler earned his Eagle Scout rank on Nov. 17, 2010. Thereafter, he continued earning merit badges and completed the last one on Oct. 28, 2013.