Lions, VFW lend hand to Boy Scouts


The Hillsboro Lions Club presented a check for $180 and forwarded another check to the local Boy Scouts from the VFW for $500. The money will go toward purchasing a generator to power the lights at the scout’s building at BO-WA-GE. A recent storm blew a limb down on the power line. The scouts decided to not spend the money to replace the service. The small 2000-watt generator can power the building and be easily taken to the field to power laptops for training at campouts. The Scouts need about $400 dollars more to be able to purchase the generator. Pictured on the left is David Lowell, charter representative for the Hillsboro Lions Club and Troop 171.


The Hillsboro Lions Club presented a check for $180 and forwarded another check to the local Boy Scouts from the VFW for $500. The money will go toward purchasing a generator to power the lights at the scout’s building at BO-WA-GE. A recent storm blew a limb down on the power line. The scouts decided to not spend the money to replace the service. The small 2000-watt generator can power the building and be easily taken to the field to power laptops for training at campouts. The Scouts need about $400 dollars more to be able to purchase the generator. Pictured on the left is David Lowell, charter representative for the Hillsboro Lions Club and Troop 171.

The Hillsboro Lions Club presented a check for $180 and forwarded another check to the local Boy Scouts from the VFW for $500. The money will go toward purchasing a generator to power the lights at the scout’s building at BO-WA-GE. A recent storm blew a limb down on the power line. The scouts decided to not spend the money to replace the service. The small 2000-watt generator can power the building and be easily taken to the field to power laptops for training at campouts. The Scouts need about $400 dollars more to be able to purchase the generator. Pictured on the left is David Lowell, charter representative for the Hillsboro Lions Club and Troop 171.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/04/web1_Boy-Scouts-pic.jpgThe Hillsboro Lions Club presented a check for $180 and forwarded another check to the local Boy Scouts from the VFW for $500. The money will go toward purchasing a generator to power the lights at the scout’s building at BO-WA-GE. A recent storm blew a limb down on the power line. The scouts decided to not spend the money to replace the service. The small 2000-watt generator can power the building and be easily taken to the field to power laptops for training at campouts. The Scouts need about $400 dollars more to be able to purchase the generator. Pictured on the left is David Lowell, charter representative for the Hillsboro Lions Club and Troop 171.

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