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Thursday, December 12, 2019
Cub Scouts from Minsi Trails Council and the IronPigs teamed up for a special night at the ballpark where over 800 Scouts and their families attended the game against the Durham Bulls. After the game, Scouts were treated to fireworks and camped overnight in the outfield of Coca-Cola Park. RIGHT: Families begin pitching tents after the game to camp overnight at Coca-Cola Park. PRESS PHOTOS BY  SHARON SCHRANTZ Cub Scouts from Minsi Trails Council and the IronPigs teamed up for a special night at the ballpark where over 800 Scouts and their families attended the game against the Durham Bulls. After the game, Scouts were treated to fireworks and camped overnight in the outfield of Coca-Cola Park. RIGHT: Families begin pitching tents after the game to camp overnight at Coca-Cola Park. PRESS PHOTOS BY SHARON SCHRANTZ
Cub Scouts with Troop 431 in Wescosville stand in front of their tent, including, back row left to right: Keith Hall, Geoff Landl and Michael Himes; front row, left to right: Ryan Himes, Carter Lowell, Cooper Hallman, Jeff Pavlacka and Garret Pavlacka. Cub Scouts with Troop 431 in Wescosville stand in front of their tent, including, back row left to right: Keith Hall, Geoff Landl and Michael Himes; front row, left to right: Ryan Himes, Carter Lowell, Cooper Hallman, Jeff Pavlacka and Garret Pavlacka.

Cub Scouts camp at Coca-Cola Park

Wednesday, August 15, 2012 by The Press in Local News