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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Nashua Elks hold annual Arrow of Light program for Cub Scouts

NASHUA – The Nashua Lodge of Elks 720 hosted the annual Arrow of Light Cub Scout Recognition Dinner for the 27th consecutive year in its lodge rooms with more than 100 Scouts, parents, Scouting officials and Elks enjoying a family-style baked chicken dinner cooked by members of the Elks Youth Committee and served by members of the Nashua Emblem Club 170.

The Arrowhead District Arrow of Light recipients from the 18 attending packs were introduced and presented with their award, which is equivalent to Eagle in Boy Scouts. ...

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NASHUA – The Nashua Lodge of Elks 720 hosted the annual Arrow of Light Cub Scout Recognition Dinner for the 27th consecutive year in its lodge rooms with more than 100 Scouts, parents, Scouting officials and Elks enjoying a family-style baked chicken dinner cooked by members of the Elks Youth Committee and served by members of the Nashua Emblem Club 170.

The Arrowhead District Arrow of Light recipients from the 18 attending packs were introduced and presented with their award, which is equivalent to Eagle in Boy Scouts.

Eagle Scout Phillip Mansfield, from Boy Scout Troop 773, delivered a talk on “What it means to be an Eagle.”

The Elks passed out Elks Drug Awareness information and delivered a drug awareness talk to the young audience. The Elks donated three drug awareness soccer balls and three drug awareness basketballs for door prizes.