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Boy Scout Troop 113 Keeps A Weirsdale Tradition Going Strong For 41 Years

Missi Sig

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The Boy Scouts Of America, Troop 113 held their 41st Annual Spaghetti Dinner at the Weirsdale Presbyterian Church on Sunday, February 4, 2024. The dinner included spaghetti, with homemade sauce, salad, Italian bread, dessert and a drink if you were eating in the dining room. There was a pickup area for diners on the go that had a steady line throughout the day. Each meal costs only $8.00.

Although it rained, rain did not hamper the long-standing tradition that the local community looks forward to each year. Scout Master Rob Boyer made a point to thank the community for their overwhelming support. Scout Master Boyer added that the Boy Scouts Troop 113 of Weirsdale is trying to set young men on a good path, to be good leaders and good citizens.

The Boy Scouts Troop 113 Spaghetti Dinner funds summer camp, High Adventure trips and helps several Scouts with partial college and trade school tuition and books. A total of 1,800 dinners were sold.

The Cake Ladies, Smiles And Southern Charm

From left, Sue Farley, Monique Clark, Doreen Botzenmayer and Sue Cordle, “The Cake Ladies”, are surrounded by cake at the Boy Scouts Troop 113 Spaghetti Dinner that was Sunday, February 4. 2024 at the Weirsdale Presbyterian Church.

Boy Scout Troop 113 Serves Spaghetti Dinner For Incredible 41st Year

Multiple generations have now taken part in a time-honored tradition in South Marion County: the Boy Scout Troop 113 Spaghetti Dinner. On Sunday, February 4, the scouts were again at work at Weirsdale Presbyterian Church preparing their signature dish. All told, 1,800 spaghetti dinners were served. Pictured from left, Cole Celano, Ruby Boyer, Boy Scout Troop 113 member Jonah Boyer, Niki Boyer, Katherine Boyer and Kelle Boyer serve drinks to the busy crowd.

Volunteers Help Out Boy Scouts With Spaghetti

On Sunday, February 4, 2024, these volunteers, from left, Robin Androl, Cheryl McCall, Barbara and Steve Lightbody, Lena Berk and Jessica McCleery, made a meal approximately every 8 seconds at the 41st Annual Spaghetti Dinner in Weirsdale.

Keeping The Spaghetti Line Moving

Eagle Scouts, Devin Crow, Steve Lightbody and Isaac Cree keep the line moving.

Community Support For Boy Scout Troop 113

On Sunday, February 4, 2024, at Weirsdale Presbyterian Church at the Boy Scout Troop 113 Spaghetti Dinner, Edward and Linda Fletcher of Recreation Plantation pose with David Vincent – Assistant Scout Master and Treasurer. Edward and Linda sold 423 tickets just in their community, the couple are an independent contractor for the friends of Boy Scout Troop 113 of Weirsdale.

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