Boy Scouts say ‘thank you’ to the town

Published 6:07 pm Wednesday, June 7, 2023

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Windsor Mayor George Stubbs, left, receives a commemorative neckerchief from Carter Goerger, scoutmaster of Windsor-based Boy Scout Troop 41, during the May 9 Windsor Town Council meeting. Goerger explained that the troop had the neckerchiefs made in connection with the Boy Scout-themed frog sculpture that was placed in the Wesley F. Garris Event Park. The neckerchief includes the town seal; a rendering of a frog; the Boy Scout-themed frog’s name, Cajari Laroca; the troop name; and names and dates tracking what Windsor has been called in the past. Names and dates included are “Frog Level,” from the 1800s; Corrowaugh, from 1852; and Windsor Station, from 1854. Goerger said presenting the neckerchief at the Town Council meeting “was just a way to thank the town and appreciate their support.”