Boy Scout Troop 12 from Saint Agnes Church held an Eagle Scout Court of Honor Jan. 19 for four of their Scouts. In attendance was State Rep. James Maroney, Milford Alderman Phil Vetro and United States Senator Richard Blumenthal, who presented citations from the United States Senate to the new Eagle Scouts. The new Eagle Scouts are Theodore Boynton, Ratan Manohar, Patrick Abbazia and Nicholas Razzaia. \u201cIn over 25 years in Scouting, this is the first time we\u2019ve had anyone from Washington, D.C. attend one of our courts,\u201d said Troop 12 Committee Chair Michael Georgetti. \u201cWe were honored that Senator Blumenthal, State Rep. James Maroney and Alderman Phil Vetro not only gave the Scouts citations but also accepted our invitation to attend our Eagle Court.\u201d All four Scouts were also sent proclamations and citations from U.S. Senator Chris Murphy, Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, State Senator Gayle Slossberg, Governor Dannel Malloy and Mayor Ben Blake. \u201cThis is a huge accomplishment,\u201d Georgetti said. \u201cIt requires many years of hard work and service to one\u2019s community. Of all the Scouts that register in the BSA, only about 2% ever make it to become an Eagle Scout.\u201d In the 10 years Troop 12 has been at St. Agnes Church, the Troop has had 10 Scouts earn the rank of Eagle Scout. Georgetti credits not only the Scouts for getting that far, but also credits the Troop\u2019s leaders and parents for the support they give to the Scouts. Since 1992, Troop 12 has had 24 boys earn the rank of Eagle Scout.