Troop 868 in Action
CANDY BAR SALE
(September 8~11, 2011)

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One of Troop 868's annual fundraisers is the sale of World's Finest Chocolate bars the second weekend of September.  The Troop joins with our sister unit, Cub Scout Pack 868, to mobilize enough Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, and scout parents to cover multiple selling locations in the areas where the majority of our scout families live and shop.  By manning major stores and gas stations simultaneously, we are able to sell several thousand candy bars in a single weekend.

The weather this year was perfect --- sunny, dry, and daytime highs in the mid to upper 60s; warm enough to be comfortable while cool enough not to melt the chocolate.

More photos from this activity are posted on the website of Cub Scout Pack 868 and may be viewed by clicking here.

Spencer with Pack 868 Cub Scout Dennis and his mother in front of a Speedway convenience store on Friday afternoon. Adam and Webelos Cub Scout Henry with Troop parent Steve Kmiec at the Hillview Kroger on Saturday morning.
Brixton and Toby at the Circle-K convenience store on Friday afternoon. Toby with Webelos Cub Scout Matthew and Pack parent James Poyner at the Lowe's Home Center on Friday afternoon.
John worked with Cub Scout William at the Shepherdsville Kroger on Saturday afternoon.  Kraig and Connor with Assistant Scoutmaster Waldo Guzman at the Five Star BP on Mud Lane on Friday afternoon.
Cub Scout Eli with Boy Scout Tristan at the Lowe's Home Center in Shepherdsville on Saturday. One of the clerks at Circle-K posed with Adam and Brixton.  Because our scouts are polite and well-behaved, they typically impress the managers and employees at all the merchants where we sell ... which is why we get invited back!
Tyler with Bear Cub Scout James and Pack 868 Den Leader Dana Frans at the Shepherdsville Kroger on Saturday morning. Toby and Tyler with Troop parent Betsy Hall at the Kroger in Shepherdsville on Saturday afternoon.
Senior Patrol Leader Dylan worked at Kroger in Hillview on Sunday morning and made a face for the camera. Nick pulled a shift at the Circle-K on Sunday morning.  At age 17, he's participated in a dozen or more Candy Bar Sales.