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At its December pack meeting, Cub Scout Pack 69, Jacobus, assembled 75 personal care kits, which were then donated to LifePath Christian Ministries (York Rescue Mission) to provide comfort and relief to homeless men and women in our area. Prior to the meeting, collection boxes were placed at various organizations in Jacobus and Loganville, where over 1,000 personal care items were collected from the community.

Pack 69 would like to thank everyone who made a donation and especially the following organizations for serving as a collection point: Godfrey Bros. Meats, Inc.; Brown's Orchards & Farm Market; Signs by Sal; State Representative Kristin Phillips-Hill; York County Automotive; Jacobus Lions Club; Smith Village Home Furnishings; Daughter’s Café on Main; Mamma’s Pizza; Golden Comb Family Hair Care; John’s RV & Trailer Center; Rite Aid, Leader Heights; Springfield Township; Freedom Armory; Rellik-Consignments for Men; Salem Lutheran Church; Christ UMC, Jacobus; and Christ Lutheran Church, Shrewsbury.

This service project was conducted as part of the Messengers of Peace initiative, a global initiative designed to inspire millions of young men and women in more than 220 countries and territories to work toward peace through service projects that promote harmony between individuals, between communities, and between humankind and the environment.

JODI SNYDER

Committee chair,

Cub Scout Pack 69, Jacobus

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