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Concession trailer raises $4,279 for Boy Scouts
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MONROE - The National Historic Cheesemaking Center's partnership with Boy Scout Troop 180 was successful this summer, officials said.

The center's concession trailer became a familiar sight at the Farmers Market on the Square each Saturday, and the troop and their parents assisted with baking cream puffs and making grilled cheese sandwiches with a special sauce, as well as serving both on Saturdays, while people strolled around the market.

At a recent meeting of the National Historic Cheesemaking Center, Boy Scout Troop 180 Scoutmaster Jeff Everson and Assistant Scoutmaster Eric Skelton, along with Scouts Mark and Paul Skelton, were presented a check for a portion of the proceeds, in the amount of $4,279, from the sale of the cream puffs and sandwiches.