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Scouts collect food for Person-to-Person

Updated 10:49 am, Tuesday, March 11, 2014
  • On Saturday, March 1, 50 Boy Scouts from Troop 53 in Darien fanned out to three shopping locations and dedicated several service hours to collecting food for the Person-to-Person Food Pantry. According to Pat Cage, the in-kind Manager of Person-To-Person, the record amount of food items collected by the scouts and adult volunteers will feed 50 families for a week. Shown here is the group of scouts stationed at Stop & Shop in Noroton Heights. Other volunteers were stationed at Palmerís Market and the Good Wives Shopping Center. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed / Darien News Contributed
    On Saturday, March 1, 50 Boy Scouts from Troop 53 in Darien fanned out to three shopping locations and dedicated several service hours to collecting food for the Person-to-Person Food Pantry. According to Pat Cage, the in-kind Manager of Person-To-Person, the record amount of food items collected by the scouts and adult volunteers will feed 50 families for a week. Shown here is the group of scouts stationed at Stop & Shop in Noroton Heights. Other volunteers were stationed at Palmerís Market and the Good Wives Shopping Center. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed

 

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On Saturday, March 1, 50 Boy Scouts from Troop 53 in Darien fanned out to three shopping locations and dedicated several service hours to collecting food for the Person-to-Person Food Pantry.

According to Pat Cage, the in-kind Manager of Person-To-Person, the record amount of food items collected by the scouts and adult volunteers will feed 50 families for a week.