City Council took time Thursday before its public meeting to recognize the achievements of Bradari Philip Altman, who recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout.
Council approved the following resolution:
WHEREAS, Bradari Philip Altman of Ocean City’s Troop 32 was honored with the presentation of the rank of Eagle Scout by the Boy Scouts of America in the calendar year 2014; and
WHEREAS, in attaining the rank of Eagle Scout, this young man has demonstrated outstanding personal qualities associated with the Boy Scouts of America and Troop 32, including integrity, courage, perseverance, sacrifice and service to others; and
WHEREAS, the Council of the City of Ocean City wishes to honor and congratulate this scout for his personal achievements of obtaining Scouting’s highest rank of Eagle Scout; and
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Council of the City of Ocean City that Troop 32 is hereby congratulated for having Bradari Philip Altman attain the rank of Eagle Scout in the calendar year 2014; and
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Troop Leaders and Committee are hereby applauded for their personal sacrifice, service and commitment to the Scouting Program and their guidance to this young man along the “Trail” to Eagle Scout; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Ocean City extends its best wishes to Bradari Philip Altman, his family and to Ocean City’s Troop 32 for this special honor and for continued success in life and the unit.
Council members took turns congratulating Altman.
Councilman Mike DeVlieger, an executive recruiter, said he never fails to point out Eagle Scouts to hiring managers when he sees that achievement on a resume.
He said it’s indicative of success, and many of the nation’s top executives are Eagle Scouts.