The boys of homeschool Troop 511, charted by Joshua Home Educators of Tennessee, decided to miss the annual Spring Camporee this year to volunteer their time and energy to do storm cleanup at several properties throughout Blount County. Most notably was Mentor Community Park in the town of Louisville. Together with Cub Pack 511, the boys put in a hard day’s work picking up fallen limbs, many of which were bigger around than the boys’ arms, sticks, twigs and leaves. By the end of the work day, the boys had amassed a pile that was 20 feet wide and 6 feet tall.

The boys of homeschool Troop 511, charted by Joshua Home Educators of Tennessee, decided to miss the annual Spring Camporee this year to volunteer their time and energy to do storm cleanup at several properties throughout Blount County. Most notably was Mentor Community Park in the town of Louisville. Together with Cub Pack 511, the boys put in a hard day’s work picking up fallen limbs, many of which were bigger around than the boys’ arms, sticks, twigs and leaves. By the end of the work day, the boys had amassed a pile that was 20 feet wide and 6 feet tall.

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