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Poland Cub Scouts have great adventure in Buffalo 

April 19, 2018
The Town Crier

The boys of Cub Scout Pack 9002 of Poland recently went on an adventure to Niagara Falls and Buffalo, New York. After they left Poland Methodist Church on Saturday morning at 7 a.m., the first stop was at the American side of the falls to take in the sights. After a viewing of the falls, a quick hike around Goat Island, and lunch, the group moved on the Buffalo Naval Encampment where the boys got to spend the night in the original crew quarters.

"The boys were given lots of time to roam the cruiser USS Little Rock and see what it was like to live on the Guided Missile Cruiser USS Little Rock", said Albin Dearing, Assistant Cubmaster.

After breakfast in the mess hall on Sunday, the boys were given guided tours by Navy veterans on the USS Littlerock, USS Destroyer The Sullivans, and WWII submarine the USS Croaker.

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Members of Cub Scout Pack 9002 out of Poland recently had an adventure in Buffalo, New York. They got to visit the Buffalo Bills stadium and posed with their parents and scout masters. Pictured are Cub Scouts, in first row Rex Papa, Alex Mamounis, Gabriel Dearing, Andrew Hall, Ashton Williams, Andrew Aey, John Turner, Robbie Lewis, Jackson Rausch, and Zachary Roberts. In second row were Nathan Richley, Dominic Schwartz, James Jabloski, Frankie Rizzi, Evan Brockway, Joel David Roberts, Dylan Myers, Jackson Ensley, Connor Mcninch, Jason Vucsanovich, Nicholas DiTommaso, David Vuksanovich, and Collin McDonald.

The group then stopped at the Buffalo Bills football stadium and were given a generous tour of the Bills' field house, locker rooms, and had a chance to go down the tunnel to the field for photos and play Up for Grabs on an NFL field.

Starting this June, the Cub Scouts are expanding their participation to include girls in the program. This will open up the opportunity for boys and girls grades K-5 to participate in the exciting scout program. For more information visit Pack 9002's Facebook page at or call 330-518-0853.



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