Troop 868 in Action

PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA (Fall, 2010)

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Troop 868 is blessed to have many parents willing to support the troop by working to raise the funds necessary to support our exceptionally active program.  One major component of our annual funding program is to sell Papa John's Pizza at University of Louisville home football games and other events held at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.  Older scouts (at least 16 years old) can also work in some areas, but because beer is sold at most venues, this is primarily an activity for troop parents.  Following are candid photos of workers at various games during the 2010 football season.  As is obvious, working PJ is not that hard and most parents actually enjoy doing it.

The Papa John's Pizza stand at UofL Papa John's Cardinal Stadium that Troop 868 has operated since the stadium opened. At this particular game, the registers where all staffed by a crew of troop moms.
A couple of pics of Papa John's Cardinal Stadium before the gates open for ticket holders.  Unfortunately, once the game begins, we're so busy making and selling pizza, that we seldom get to see the Cardinals in action.
This is what we like to see ... a sell-out crowd of Cardinal Football fans!  We just hope they all came hungry for pizza!
Troop mom Heather DiEnno is washing some utensils as Troop Committee Chairman Andy Rodabaugh snacks on bread sticks. Troop Committee member Martin Moore looks like a man on a mission carrying a hot baking tray!  Let's make some pizza!
Troop Treasurer Sean Spalding, Besty Hall (partially hidden), Pack 868 Cubmaster Steven Frank, and Troop Advancement Co-Chairman Chuck Hall busy at work in the kitchen. Troop mom Sandy Kmiec caught in motion.  Our kitchen crew is busy cutting and boxing pizza in the background.
Brand new troop mom Beverly Caswell (at left) works her first PJ event along side seasoned veteran Donna Canchola. Troop Committee Member Denise Guelda, proud mother of two Troop 868 Eagle Scouts, is always smiling.
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