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Clark Cub Scouts Make 600 Sandwiches for the Needy

The Cub Scouts of Clark Pack 145 made over 600 sandwiches for the needy at their pack meeting on Friday night.  Credits: Alesia Porter
Cub Scout Pack 145 of Clark donated the fixings and made over 600 sandwiches to be distributed to the hungry in Elizabeth. Credits: Nancy Morris
Cub Scout Pack 145 of Clark participated in the community service project.  Credits: Nancy Morris
Each family donate bread, meat and cheese to make the sandwiches the scouts assembled.  Credits: Alesia Porter
Former Cubmaster Scott McCabe helped out at the Pack meeting.  Credits: Nancy Morris
Sheriff officers fingerprinted each of the scouts and talked about Internet safety during the meeting.  Credits: Nancy Morris
From left: Den Leader Judy Kronert, Asst Cubmaster Trisha Plummer, Cubmaster Joe Limone, Asst Cubmaster Wayne Raab and Asst Cubmaster Nancy Morris.  Credits: Alesia Porter
Sandwiches will be distrubuted throught St. Joseph Social Service Center in Elizabeth. Credits: Alesia Porter
Alesia Porter, left, of Boy Scout Troop 104 in Scotch Plains, worked with Den Leader Judy Kronert to coordinate the event.  Credits: Alesia Porter

CLARK, NJ – Sandwiches – hundreds of them – will go to feed the hungry in Elizabeth this week, thanks to the efforts of Cub Scout Pack 145 in Clark.  At Friday’s pack meeting, 40 scouts and their families donated bread and sandwich meat, and then assembled over 600 sandwiches that will be distributed through the St. Joseph Social Service Center.

“The scouts had a sense of accomplishment in helping the needy,” Assistant Cubmaster Nancy Morris said. “They had a blast wearing sanitary gloves and just loved making the sandwiches. It was absolutely a very meaningful and educational pack meeting.” 

The sandwich making project was coordinated by Den Leader Judy Kronert. Volunteers from St. Helen's Church in Westfield will bring the sandwiches to Elizabeth on Monday.

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In addition to the sandwich making, the scouts had a visit from two sheriff's officers. The officers discussed Internet safety and fingerprinted each of the children.

Morris said this was Joe Limone’s first official meeting as Cubmaster and that “it went extremely well.” Limone took over the top spot from Scott McCabe, who served as the pack's Cubmaster for many years

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