868 in Action
CANDY BAR SALE (February 2010)
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One of the ways that Troop 868 scouts raise money to pay for troop equipment and finance our annual trip to summer camp is by selling candy bars at several merchants in the areas we serve. Being visible in the community is also good publicity for the troop and our sister unit, Cub Scout Pack 868. We typically pickup up an new member or two at every sale!
Scouts work in teams of two, supervised by a parent. The boys typically work 3-hour shifts. Selling to the public gives the boys good sales experience and also teaches them how to handle money and make change rapidly. These are important skills to develop, so there are benefits beyond just raising money to support the unit.
|Gabe and Kraig sell at the Five Star Marathon in Shepherdsville.||Our other Gabe and Tyler sell at the Kroger in Shepherdsville.|
|Chris and Jon with Scoutmaster Bob Meek at the Kroger in Hillview.||D.J. makes a sale to a customer leaving Lowe's.|
|Drew and Adam at the Circle-K Shell.||Spencer with a customer at the Kroger in Hillview.|
|Jon works a shift with camera shy Cub Scout James at the Circle-K Shell.||Adam and Nick at the Kroger in Shepherdsville.|
|Preston and Chase team up for a shift at the exit of the Lowe's in Shepherdsville.||Later in the day, Cub Scout Matthew and Boy Scout Dylan work a shift at Lowe's.|
|Tyler, Toby, and mom work a shift at the Shepherdsville Kroger.||The troop's current senior leaders are all together during a shift change at Kroger in Shepherdsville. ASPL Adam, SPL Nick, Falcon Patrol Leader Jon, and Troop Quartermaster Chris. Troop Committee Member Julia Brown is almost hidden.|