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Scouting for Food

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CUB SCOUTS of local Pack 802 in Prestonsburg are in the spirit of the holidays through a program call Scouting for Food.

Throughout November, Scouts and their families have collected food and non-perishable items for distribution to the disadvantaged. On Tuesday, Nov. 25, Scouts delivered over a ton of items to St. James Episcopal Church, a local pick-up point for God's Pantry. "Cub scouting is fun for the boys, and they learn a lot about being good citizens," said Cubmaster Norm Marcum, whose group includes over 30 first- through fifth-grade Scouts. "Through the Scouting for Food program, which Scouts world wide participate in, they also learn that not everyone has their basic needs met." For more information on Scouting in the area, visit

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