Posted Thursday, September 12, 2019 - 4:15 pm
The Beverly Hills City Council recognized Beverly Hills Scouts Troop 110 with the mayor’s Kindness Recognition at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. The recognition is designed to recognize and inspire kindness within the community. In response to Mayor John Mirisch’s inquiry into scouts practicing daily acts of kindness, Scout Jared Feld said: “It really makes us feel good to give something back.” Troop 110 has a long history of involvement at the 16 Mile water station at the LA Marathon. The troop counts myriad successful eagle projects undertaken at locations across the city, including Roxbury Park, Franklin Canyon, Virginia Robinson Gardens and Greystone Mansion. Pictured (top row, from left): Joshua Bryan, Marty Kvitky, James Feld, Elisa Ditman, Eric Kleerup, Councilmembers Julian Gold and Lili Bosse, Scoutmaster Steven Jacobs, Mayor John Mirisch, Vice Mayor Lester Friedman, Councilman Robert Wunderlich and Senior Patrol Leader Henry Rehor; (front row, from left): Kaela Wiener, Skylar Walters, Justin Wolfe, Matthew Ditman, Jared Feld, Jason Kui, Mark Kui, Sienna Wolfe, and Ethan Wang.