Pack 75 sells popcorn
by Emanuel County Live | September 29, 2009 12:00 am
Cub Scout Pack 75 is currently selling Trail’s End Popcorn. This is the Pack’s annual fundraiser. At the recent school night, the Cub Scout Pack 75 in Swainsboro recruited 28 new cub scouts, more than doubling the size of the pack and increasing the need for additional funds. The Cub Scouts sell several flavors of Trails End popcorn. Of course there are the microwave butter and no butter varieties, but there’s also chocolate, cheddar, kettle corn and caramel corn. The popcorn comes in boxes of one variety or in mixed up lots for the indecisive. There is even an option to send popcorn overseas to military personnel. Whatever excuse you have for not buying popcorn, believe me, the Cub Scouts and Trails End have teamed up to defeat that excuse before you utter it. If one of these Cub Scouts comes knocking at your door, remember that it is to support a good cause in our community. The funds that Cub Scout Pack 75 raises will go to purchase awards for the scouts, help pay for camping trips, and help purchase a new Pinewood Derby Race Track. The Cub Scouts range from First Grade to Fifth grade and are divided into dens based on their grade in school. The Cubmaster for Pack 75 is Ann Rogers.