Scouts from Troop 281 collect, sort food for Back Mountain Food Pantry


In early March, Boy Scouts from Troop 281 took part in a 30-year tradition to participate in the annual Scouting for Food Program. In late February, they left door hangers on the doors of residences in the Back Mountain area, and on March 5 they collected donations from families who wished to participate in the program. All of the food was delivered to the Back Mountain Food Pantry. The scouts sorted the more than 2,600 pounds of food they had collected during the event. Pictured, first row from left: Eli Chappell, Vlad Gingo, Nick Moshey, Jacob Fenske, Jacob Esposito, Max Gingo, Michael Williams, Alex Perry. Second row: Jeff Buscher, Drake Dettori, John Macey, Nick Guzzo, Matthew Oley, David Oley, Ethan Kolojachik.


In early March, Boy Scouts from Troop 281 took part in a 30-year tradition to participate in the annual Scouting for Food Program. In late February, they left door hangers on the doors of residences in the Back Mountain area, and on March 5 they collected donations from families who wished to participate in the program. All of the food was delivered to the Back Mountain Food Pantry. The scouts sorted the more than 2,600 pounds of food they had collected during the event. Pictured, first row from left: Eli Chappell, Vlad Gingo, Nick Moshey, Jacob Fenske, Jacob Esposito, Max Gingo, Michael Williams, Alex Perry. Second row: Jeff Buscher, Drake Dettori, John Macey, Nick Guzzo, Matthew Oley, David Oley, Ethan Kolojachik.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Scouts-Gather-Food.jpgIn early March, Boy Scouts from Troop 281 took part in a 30-year tradition to participate in the annual Scouting for Food Program. In late February, they left door hangers on the doors of residences in the Back Mountain area, and on March 5 they collected donations from families who wished to participate in the program. All of the food was delivered to the Back Mountain Food Pantry. The scouts sorted the more than 2,600 pounds of food they had collected during the event. Pictured, first row from left: Eli Chappell, Vlad Gingo, Nick Moshey, Jacob Fenske, Jacob Esposito, Max Gingo, Michael Williams, Alex Perry. Second row: Jeff Buscher, Drake Dettori, John Macey, Nick Guzzo, Matthew Oley, David Oley, Ethan Kolojachik.

In early March, Boy Scouts from Troop 281 took part in a 30-year tradition to participate in the annual Scouting for Food Program. In late February, they left door hangers on the doors of residences in the Back Mountain area, and on March 5 they collected donations from families who wished to participate in the program. All of the food was delivered to the Back Mountain Food Pantry. The Scouts sorted the more than 2,600 pounds of food they had collected during the event. Pictured, first row, from left, Eli Chappell, Vlad Gingo, Nick Moshey, Jacob Fenske, Jacob Esposito, Max Gingo, Michael Williams, Alex Perry. Second row, Jeff Buscher, Drake Dettori, John Macey, Nick Guzzo, Matthew Oley, David Oley, Ethan Kolojachik.

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