Submitted by Jennifer Vanlerberg
On Saturday, October 20th, the Scouts of Pack #372 placed informational door hangers all over town. The door hangers reminded folks to please set out your bag of food on Saturday, October 27th to help stock our food pantries in anticipation of the holidays. Nearly two dozen scouts (including Boy Scouts Isaiah Boyce and Zach Trout) scattered with volunteer parents and friends (and even one dog) to help spread the message around town. The boys were treated to doughnuts and hot chocolate before venturing out. And more doughnuts, and doughnut holes…
Hours jaunting around town can be exhausting for little legs, but that wasn’t even the only service these boys completed that day. American flags were respectfully removed from both Old and New Maplewood Cemeteries so that the flags can be retired and new ones can be planted in the spring.
Troop #315 will be collecting the food donations in the morning of October 27th. Please no glass or expired food. Thanks to everyone that helped and will be assisting to make the meals and holidays for our local families and friends.