For Cub Scout Pack 34, Back to School Comes a Week Early
Jackson–While most kids in town are out trying to make the most out of the final days of summer, before school is back in session, the boys of Cub Scout Pack 34 returned a week early. That’s because on Tuesday, they came with garden tools in hand to the Lucy N. Holman school in Jackson to ‘nice up the area’ for returning students.
While the scouts pulled weeds and cleaned up flower beds, their parents got out the heavy equipment to trim bushes and prune trees. “This is something we’ve done every year for the school with the scouts,” said Cub Master Jeff Faiella. The boys found time in their busy summer fun scheduled which includes visits to the beach, swimming in the pool, playing outside and a busy sports schedule to make sure the students at Lucy N. Holman can enjoy the nicely manicured grounds.
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