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Pack 58 helps with Cedar Lawn Cemetery lighting

February 12, 2011
  • Front row, kneeling, Logan Fawley, Harley Mills, Timothy Golliday and Evan Millard. Second row, standing, Grant Mills, Jacob Miner, Dylan Millard, Edward Cissel and Caden Brawner. Third row, standing, John Miner and Josh Horn. Additional Cub Scout volunteers not pictured include Chris Allen, Drew Von Alt, Liam Von Alt, Ethan Bourgoin, Jason Cantor, John Cantor, Hunter Crutchley, Cameron Day, James Haney, J.C. Lehman, Andrew Mathews, A.J. Miller, Jonathan Ruddle, Jim Ryan, Darren VanHorn, Garrett Woods and Owen Woods.
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Cub Scouts from Pack 58 assembled and distributed nearly 4,000 luminarias at Cedar Lawn Cemetery, during a two-weekend project, on Saturdays, Dec. 4  and Dec. 11.  

For the past 15 years, the boys, parents and leaders of Pack 58 from Downsville have almost singlehandedly assembled, distributed and helped light the luminarias for Cedar Lawn Cemetery.

The Antietam National Battlefield display of more than 23,000 luminaries is supported by many groups and hundreds of volunteers, but it’s the small Cub Pack from Downsville that has been lighting Cedar Lawn.  

It’s a service project that gives the boys a feeling of accomplishment and helps the families remember their loved ones during the holidays.

Pack 58 plans to continue supporting the Cedar Lawn community in the future. 

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