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Pack 154 of Pluckemin Marches in Somerville St. Patrick's Day Parade

Pack 154 of Pluckemin Marches in Somerville St. Patrick's Day Parade Credits: Pack 154 Cubmaster

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Cub Scout Pack 154 of Pluckemin participated in the Somerville St. Patrick’s Day Parade March 12. 

Scouts braved the cold and wind to support the community.   During the parade route, scouts kept warm handing out candy to the children lining the parade route while proudly displaying their pack banner and flags. 

Cub Scouts is a values-based program that has been thrilling boys ages 6-11 for over 100 years.  Cub Scout leaders and parents deliver a program of fun activities which gradually teaches boys life skills such as communication, self-reliance, tool skills, first aid, nutrition, citizenship, community service and working cooperatively.

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