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Troop 180's hard work pays off
Boy Scout Troop 180 received a check for $6,283.67 from the National Historic Cheesemaking Center, after the organizations partnered this summer to serve cream puffs and master grilled cheese sandwiches at the concession trailer during the Farmers Market and Cheese Days 2012. Pictured in the front row, from left, are scouts Brennan Shelton, Keon Butler, Justin Malone and National Historic Cheesemaking Center Vice President Dave Buholzer. In the back row, from left, are Scoutmaster Jeff Everson and Sharon Malone and Doug Butler, parents of Keon and Justin. (Photo supplied)
MONROE - At a recent meeting of the National Historic Cheesemaking Center, Boy Scout Troop 180 Scoutmaster Jeff Everson and scouts Brennan Shelton, Keon Butler and Justin Malone, were presented with a check for a portion of the proceeds raised during the partnership of the Center and the troop during the summer of 2012. The troop received $6,283.67 from the sale of cream puffs and sandwiches at the Center's concession trailer at the Farmers Market on the Square. The troop and their parents assisted with baking cream puffs and making grilled cheese sandwiches.