Scouting for Food

Messenger photo by Linda Dillman
Canal Winchester City Council President Mike Walker presents the city’s annual Scouting for Food Proclamation to Troop 103 Boy Scout Elijah Holden during a March 2 city council meeting. Behind Holden, left to right are Cub Scout Pack 103 scouts Brayden Dennis, Carolyn Marker, Ethan Steelsmith and Sean McKnight. Adults, left to right are Cubmaster Curt Dennis and Den Leader James Steelsmith. Scouting for Food co-chair Amy Holden said the Saturday morning event takes place on March 28 from 9 a.m. to noon. “Scouts will canvas door-to-door for non-perishable food items and hygiene products such as toilet paper and soap,” said Holden, who said scouts will also accept monetary donations. “If people won’t be home, they can place their donations in a bag, marked for the scouts, on their front porch by 9 a.m. They can also drop off donations at the food pantry and mark them for the Scouting for Food drive.”
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