Arrow of Light ceremony held at Cornerstone

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Above: Members of Den 4 and 5 from Pack 897 receive the Arrow of Light. From left are, front, Thomas Ashley, Alex Felde, Joseph Ashley, Jacob Neece, Lucas Graham; middle, Drew Tomlinson, Triston Renteria, Kyle Moore, Luke Vega, Jacob Stolar, Devin Banks; back, leaders Ken Ashley, Terri Vega, Richard Stolar, David Neece.

An Arrow of Light Ceremony was held at Cornerstone United Methodist Church recently.

The Arrow of Light is the highest honor for Cub Scouts. Receiving the honor were members of Den 4 and Den 5 from Pack 897.

Receiving the Arrow of Light during the ceremony at Cornerstone were Joseph Ashley, Thomas Ashley, Devin Banks, Alex Felde, Lucas Graham, Kyle Moore, Jacob Neece, Triston Renteria, Jacob Stolar, Drew Tomlinson and Luke Vega.

Ken Ashley and David Neece lead Den 4, and Den 5’s leaders are Richard Stollar and Terri Vega, Richard Stolar, David Neece.

Also during the ceremony, Luke Vega received the Boy Scouts of America National Award for his quick action during a fire at his home last year. Vega kept a level head and went next door to make sure emergency services were called when there was a fire at his family’s residence.

Jim Williams, scoutmaster for Pack 897, and Mike Warren of the Flint River Council took part in the presentation of the BSA National Award.



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