Wearing a uniform is a memorable part of the Scouting experience, yet many families cannot afford to purchase one. To help meet that challenge, Pilgrim Cleaners is announcing its seventh annual communitywide used uniform collection campaign beginning on July 1.
When Brian Manion rescued an Andover woman from her burning car, he wasn’t expecting any recognition.
In his quest for Scouting’s highest rank, Grant Harrell delivered Minnesota Department of Natural Resources field boxes to a first-grade class at Jefferson Elementary School in Blaine as part of an Eagle Scout service project.
One of the oldest Boy Scout troops in the state, Troop 204, based in Anoka, recognized four new Eagle Scouts in a ceremony Oct. 13. Boy Scouts honored were Nyck Emberland, Mark Schatza, Adam Miranowski and Josh Gerick. The ceremony held at Zion Lutheran Church in Anoka was attended by more than 150 family, friends and Scouts.