Pop-ular Boy Scouts fundraiser returns

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From left: Scouts Lucas Lynch, Morrison Lynch, Adam Hemmelgarn and Grant Fellows visit Noblesville Deputy Mayor Mike Hendricks to sell him Trail’s End popcorn on Sept. 19. (Submitted photo)

From left: Scouts Lucas Lynch, Morrison Lynch, Adam Hemmelgarn and Grant Fellows visit Noblesville Deputy Mayor Mike Hendricks to sell him Trail’s End popcorn on Sept. 19. (Submitted photo)

Hoosiers can get their fix of a savory snack while supporting a worthy cause as Crossroads of America Council Boy Scouts have kicked off their annual popcorn fundraiser to raise money for area scouting programs. Scouts throughout central Indiana will sell popcorn at stores, door-to-door and online now through Nov. 4.

This fall, products offered by Trail’s End will include a revamped Chocolate Carmel Crunch (now with a dark chocolate drizzle over Carmel popcorn), return of Kettle Corn microwaveable packages and new this year – White Cheddar Cheese among traditional popcorn flavors and past favorites. Proceeds from the popcorn fundraiser will be used to pay for equipment, activities and camps for Scouts. Seventy percent of popcorn purchases will directly support local scouting programs.

For more information, call 813-7125 or visit www.crossroadsbsa.org or www.trails-end.com.


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