On a busy Saturday

Scouts host ‘Apple Day’ at Cranberry Fest

Cub Scouts from the First Fort Langley Scout Group handing out apples for donations to the annual 'Apple Days' fundraiser.

On a busy Saturday, Oct. 10 at the annual Cranberry Festival in Fort Langley, three Cub Scouts from the First Fort Langley Scout Group (from left are Ethan Meads, Juliet Fandrich and Naomi Fandrich) handing out apples for donations to the annual National Scouts Canada ‘Apple Days’ fundraiser.

The money raised will go towards badges, camps, field trips, equipment and anything else that is needed during their scouting year.

The Cub Scouts and the First Fort Langley Scout Group would like to say thanks for the kind donations that they have received and hope to see everybody again at next year’s festival.

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