Scouting for Food Day in Canal Winchester

Messenger photo by Linda Dillman
Boy Scout David Turney (center) and three Cub Scouts, left to right, Elijah Holden, Connor Turney and Matthew Turney, from Troop 103 receive a proclamation from Mayor Mike Ebert designating April 7 as Scouting for Food Day in Canal Winchester.
Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts from Canal Winchester Troop 103 will Scout for Food on April 7 in a community food drive benefiting people in need.
Four members of the troop lead Canal Winchester City Council members in the “Pledge of Allegiance” during the March 19 council meeting before receiving a proclamation lauding the scout’s annual endeavor.
Scouts, assisted by members of the Canal Winchester Lions Club, will go door-to-door on April 7 collecting non-perishable food items.
Mayor Mike Ebert said the troop “and volunteer leaders will coordinate with other groups to conduct Scouting for Food” and called the effort “a positive example of its (scouting) longstanding commitment to service of a direct benefit to the less fortunate among us Hunger is a problem we can do something about by working together.”
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