Pack 1 Rehoboth Cub Scouts Lend a Hand at the Veteran’s Memorial
This fall some of the individual dens (grade level groups) of Pack 1 Rehoboth each took on a different service project at the Redway Plain Veteran’s Memorial. To start, the Tiger den (1st grade) cut a new landscape bed around the “Veteran’s Memorial” sign, carted the debris away, and finished off by mulching the bed nicely. It came out fantastic and they represented Pack 1 well.
Next, the Wolf den (2nd grade) split off portions of the Shasta daisies that run along the fence perimeter. They were then bundled up and transported to Francis Farm, where they were ultimately transplanted into landscaping beds at that location. The end result was great and sure to be even more spectacular when these flowers bloom next season.
Finally, the Webelos 2 den (5th grade) mulched the landscaping beds along the entire road perimeter and finished off by carting away brush and other debris that was in, and adjacent to, the beds. The hard work paid off and the project transformed the look of this area in a great way.
Overall, the Cub Scouts of Pack 1 Rehoboth made a great combined effort to contribute to the Veteran’s Memorial at Redway Plain. They are already looking forward to their next projects to support the community they are proud of, to say “Thank You” to the community that supports them, and to show their appreciation to the veteran’s that have done so much for their country.
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