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Boy Scout Troop 27 hosted a community supper at the Church of the Epiphany in Durham recently. Approximately 70 members of the community attended. The pasta dinner was made and served by the scouts. Members of the congregation provided dessert. (Submitted by Andrew Nizen.)

Scouts pasta supper a success


Boy Scout Troop 27 hosted a community supper at the Church of the Epiphany in Durham recently. Approximately 70 members of the community attended. The pasta dinner was made and served by the scouts. Members of the congregation provided dessert. (Submitted by Andrew Nizen)



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