Scouts say thanks
To the editor,
The friends, Scouts and parents of Lansing Cub Scout Pack 3165 want to say thanks to the local businesses and organizations that have graciously donated their time, money, equipment, "giveaways," or gifts to assist our pack for the 2006 Pine Wood Derby and to inform other members of our community of your support.
These were: Zeck Eck Ford, Caraway Printing, Luxury & Imports, American Family Insurance with Mr. V. Max, Citizens Saving and Loan Assoc. in Leavenworth, Citizens National Bank in Lansing, Wal-Mart, Kmart, Skyway Lanes, Crown Lanes, Time-Warner Cable, Besel's, Lansing Lumber, Santa Fe Bike shop, Earth Tech, Chenega Management, SCS Engineers, J.M. Waller Assoc., Shaw Electric, Mactec, URS, Burns & McDonnell, CH2MHill, Beverly Lumber, Blockbuster, Quest, Baker Environmental, Yancy's Automotive, Leavenworth County Fire District No. 1, City of Lansing, Lansing Car Quest, Auto Zone of Leavenworth, Butler Muffler Shop, Advance Auto Parts of Leavenworth, O'Reilly Auto Parts of Leavenworth, U.S. Marines, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, VFW and Lansing Lions' Club.
Cub Scout Pack 3165 Cub Scout Pinewood Derby program is a supplemental enrichment program that complements the existing Cub Scout program. The boys make their own race cars and the race activities allow boys to learn new techniques, increase scholarship skills, develop sportsmanship - and have fun. Boys participating in the program will be recognized for enjoying teamwork, racing, woodworking and discovering and building new talents.
We, Pack 3165, want to thank you for having graciously donated money, equipment, gifts or your time to have a successful 2006 Pine Wood Derby races.
Thank you again,
Cub Scout Pack 3165 Cub Master
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