Boy Scout Troop 713 holds Rummage Sale

Nick Snyder, Youngho Yun, Paul Aste

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Boy Scout Troop 713 held a Rummage Sale Oct. 6 at the St Therese of Carmel Church parking lot.

The proceeds help pay for troop camping trips, badges, awards, equipment, leadership training, facilities fees and more.  Photos/Jon Clark

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