Drive-through barbecue fundraiser supports local scouts
–The community is invited to enjoy the convenience of a drive-through barbecue meal complete with five delicious courses, all in the name of supporting Paso Robles Boy Scout Troop 60 and helping scouts get to camp.
The drive-through fundraiser is happening on Saturday, May 11 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the “Scout Hut” located at 2247 Oak Street on the corner of Oak and 23rd streets in Paso Robles. Pre-purchased tickets are required for meal pickup.
“This fundraiser is key in helping our scouts attend camps and to experience other adventures through which they will learn new skills and challenge themselves to develop their personal character and leadership abilities,” said Troop 60 Scoutmaster Eric Anderson. “We are grateful for the community’s longtime support.”
Indeed, many locals look forward annually to this meal for four, which includes one whole tri-tip; baked beans; sourdough bread by Brian’s Bread; salad greens; and fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies.
The cost of dinner for four is $45, and tickets may be purchased via pasoroblestroop60.org.
“This wouldn’t be possible without the generosity and support of our local sponsors: Open Range Catering; Food 4 Less; Smart & Final; Brian’s Bread; KPRL; North County Diesel Specialties; Vic’s Café; Viborg Sand & Gravel; and Paso Robles Door & Trim,” Anderson said.
About Troop 60
Established in 1975, Troop 60 was created by consolidating Troop 62 and Troop 63, which both had their origins in Paso Robles in the 1940s. Troop 60 derives its heritage from these two inaugural troops, continuing its mission to make a difference in the lives of young people, and to develop the leaders of tomorrow. To date, Troop 60 has graduated 123 scouts to the Eagle Scout rank. Troop 60 is proud to be sponsored by the Paso Robles Rotary #677. For more information on Troop 60, please visit pasoroblestroop60.org or contact PasoTroops60Scouts@gmail.com.