April 22, 2013 | Vol. 94, No. 94

Boy Scouts raise money for trip to Black Hills

IRONWOOD — The Ironwood-Hurley Boy Scout Troop 323 served pancakes during a breakfast fundraiser Sunday morning at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church in Ironwood.

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Members of the Ironwood-Hurley Boy Scout Troop 323 smile during the troop’s pancake breakfast Sunday morning at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church in Ironwood. The troop is raising funds for a 10-day trip to the Black Hills in South Dakota. Pictured are, from left, first row: Jackson Brown, Riley Jarocki and Adam Magdziak; second row: Ethan Johnson, Logan Jacisin and Cody Starkey.

About 200 tickets were sold halfway through the fundraiser, which benefits a 10-day trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota at the end of June. Scouts were on hand to sell tickets and serve breakfast with help from Knights of Columbus and Masons members in the kitchen. Many adult troop leaders are members of the two groups, Scoutmaster Bill Perkis said.

Eight scouts will make the trip, which will include short day hikes, visits t...