Friday, October 7, 2011

Cub Scouts and Operation Popcorn

Posted By on Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 2:07 PM

Tiger Cubs of Pack 261 begin their meeting to discuss their fundraiser, Trails End Popcorn. This program benefits military troops overseas who receive the popcorn through donations to Boy Scouts of America. Photo by Samantha Sais
  • Tiger Cubs of Pack 261 begin their meeting to discuss their fundraiser, Trails End Popcorn. This program benefits military troops overseas who receive the popcorn through donations to Boy Scouts of America. Photo by Samantha Sais

Cub Scout Pack 261—which the staff of the Tucson Weekly will be getting to know, because they'll be taking a tour of Weekly World Central next month—is in full swing for Operation Popcorn!

The pack collects money to help with fundraising and supporting our troops. Each year, Trails End Popcorn sends popcorn to troops serving overseas and donations benefit both groups.

Every little bit adds up and will be used to brighten our troops holiday season. Send donations to Pack 261, P.O. Box 35039, Tucson AZ 85754-5039. Amounts of $30 will get a tax receipt if requested.

For more information visit Operation Popcorn® 2011

To view photos of troops with their popcorn, visit the Popcorn Photo Gallery.

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