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To the editor:
Troop 1102 would like to give a heartfelt thanks to the citizens of
Logan County. We are very grateful for the continued strong support
of our Boy Scout Annual Barbeque Dinner.
We would especially like to thank the following
The Edson Family,
The First United Methodist Church,
Graue Chevrolet Buick-Cadillac,
Rick Janssen Family,
Knights of Columbus,
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Mad About Trees/Thomas Madigan,
Nuthatch Hill BBQ,
Fat Boy’s BBQ
Because of your support, our Boy Scouts are able
to participate in activities such as hiking and camping at Philmont,
attending merit badge fairs and camping at Ingersoll.
The goal of scouting is to offer fun and
challenging activities while building character, leadership,
knowledge and physical fitness. Again, thank you for your support
and we would love to see you again next year.
Troop 1102 Committee Chair
August 25, 2018]
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