Troop 92 Boy Scouts: Helpful and kind to Southborough residents in need

by beth on March 20, 2018

Troop 92 donation to Food Pantry

Above: Troop 92 presents its check to the Food Pantry (L-R: Cam Seto, Sam Odone, Nick McEvoy, Michael McEvoy, Barbara Jandrue (Food Pantry), Edward Gostick, Scout Master Mike Garand, Nick Seto.)

Boy Scout laws include the dictates to be helpful and kind. Those are two of the qualities Troop 92 exemplified again this year when they worked to raise funds for local causes.

The Southborough troop held its annual bake sale booth at Heritage Day last fall. They decided to donate their earnings to the Southborough Food Pantry. The donation was $300.

In December, the Boys ran their annual Kids Shop sale. They opted to donate a portion of those funds, $400, to Southborough Youth and Family Services (SYFS).

Boy Scouts presented the checks to both causes on February 14th. (Pretty good Valentine’s Day gifts.) The troop contributed photos from the ceremonies.

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Troop 92 donation to SYFS

Above: Troop 92 presents its check to SYFS (L-R: Mike Garand, Scoutmaster, Scouts: Edward Gostick, Nick Seto, Sam Odone, Nick McEvoy, Cam Seto, Michael McEvoy. SYFS: Sarah Cassell, Director and Susan Butka, Chair of the Youth Commission..)

1 Ann Deschamps March 20, 2018 at 3:38 PM

Great job Scouts!

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