840 lbs. of food collected
This years scouting for food was a big success.  Thanks to the boys willingness to pass out bags and parents driving on November 11 we were able to cover the whole town.  The following week on November 14 we picked up bags full of canned goods.  We then drove up to the Primeland scales to weigh the food bags that filled the whole back of a pickup, it weighted an amazing amount of 840 pounds.  There are still bags of food coming in.  If for some reason you missed us, please donít hesitate to bring a bag of food to the food bank.  Keep an eye in the paper for more food drive opportunities.
We especially want to thank the community for being so kind and giving with all the food donations.  The local food bank was very thankful for all the giving hearts in the community.  It will mean a lot to those in need this year!
Baked Food sale
The Cub Scouts will be holding a baked food sale Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 9 a.m. in front of Arnzen Drug. 
We will have pies, cookies. brownies and other goodies to compliment your Thanksgiving feast.  Proceeds from the sale will go towards summer camp and the purchase of backpacks.  Any questions call Shari at 962-3559 or Aleta at 962-3724.

Shown are the Cottonwood Cub Scouts with the pickup load of food collected during their annual Scouting For Food drive. 840 lbs. was collected. Shown arcing from upper left down and to the right are Dan Karel, Terry Cochran, Seth Chaffee, Chris Bradley, Drew Cochran, Tyler Hankerson, Brandon Latimer, Jared Coppernoll, Hunter Chaffee, Anthony Karel, John Bradley, Matt Coppernoll, Dakota Wilson, Mike Karel, Shari Chaffee, Kevin Karel and Robin Krol. Other parents who participated were Emmett Wilson, Keith and Aleta Coppernoll, Amy Bradley and Greg and Wendy Nau. Photo provided by Aleta Coppernoll.

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