Pretty much everybody, including our new recruits and
friends from Rome.
(web page done by Oliver P., the troop scout web
The Herb Phipisons hot dog sale
on the 13th of April turned out great. We got supplies from the shed
and drove to Herb Philipsons. We unpacked the cars and set up the
tables the store provided. The weather was perfect for the sale. Not
so warm people would spend their time inside and not so cold that
they would stay inside for the day.
We had 3 tables set up. One had cookies brownies,
chocolates and other sweets as well as snacks, the table next to it had
more snacks and was where the cashier was. Behind these tables was the
soda's and drinks and other things leaning against the wall or under the
tables. We used the third table for cooking. Unfortunately that table
was broken and the table later fell down ruining much of the food.
Despite the loss of food that didn't stop us from having
extras. unfortunately due to Mr. Pratt, who insisted that we needed more
food we now have enough leftovers for another hotdog sale. We got about
$700 from this sale overall, showing why this is one of our biggest fund
We used the leftover hot dogs on our sale one month
later. It was good. the weather was not great and it rained when we were
setting up but it turned out nice. many scouts decided to stay and
continue selling hotdogs after their shift was up. We got $400 from this
hotdog sale and still have 60 hotdogs and 3 boxes of chips remaining.
Bacon & Cheese
Mr. I. found these at the gas station just around the
corner and brought them back for the fun of it, only to be surprised
that a lot of the kids were already familiar with them.
Actually... they didn't taste at all bad! Who