Scouts celebrate birthday with banquet

Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Cub Scouts Den Leader Kelly Johnson leads her Webelo 1 group in singing, "It's A Small World," during the Scouts' Blue and Gold annual banquet last Sunday. The banquet is held each February to celebrate the birthday of scouting, which began in 1910. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Cub Scouts Den Leader Kelly Johnson leads her Webelo 1 group in singing, "It's A Small World," during the Scouts' Blue and Gold annual banquet last Sunday. The banquet is held each February to celebrate the birthday of scouting, which began in 1910. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Cub Scout Troop No. 76 Pack Treasurer Lois Deener, second from left, and Pack Committee Chair Bill Edmondson, right, shared a laugh with Assistant Den Leader Brandon Lakey, left, and Cubmaster Dawn Annecharico, as they were presented with a prestigious service award for all the behind-the-scenes support work they do for the pack at the annual Blue and Gold banquet. The banquet, which included a pot-luck dinner, is held each February to celebrate the birthday of scouting, which began in 1910, and honor members for their service. Scouting began in 1910. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Assistant Den Leader Brandon Lakey, left, and Cubmaster Dawn Annecharico, right, honor Webelo 1 Cub Scouts with a special patch they earned, who hold it up for proud parents to see at last week's Blue and Gold banquet, an annual banquet which celebrates the birthday of scouting, which began in 1910, and recognizes members for their service. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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