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Lexington, SC – Lexington Interfaith Community Services is proud to announce that 11 Troops and Packs from the Indian Waters Council of the Boy Scouts of America collected 6,886 pounds of food for LICS last Saturday, February 14th with

“Scouting for Food 2015″. They also collected $391 in cash donations. 

”Scouting for Food” is an annual Boy Scouts service project, in which the boys are responsible for distributing flyers and bags, and a week later, collecting non-perishable food from their local neighborhoods. The Troop or Pack determines which local food pantry will receive their collections.

LICS would like to thank the following Troops and Packs, along with their leaders and parents, for helping make “Scouting For Food 2015” a success for all, and helping us serve our Lexington County neighbors in need:

  • Pack 507
  • Pack 425
  • Pack & Troop 306
  • Pack 518
  • Pack 307
  • Pack & Troop  309
  • Troop 340
  • Pack & Troop 111


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