Boy Scouts’ Wreath Sale Begins Today

Troop 114 will begin neighborhood orders of wreaths today. Online orders open Nov 7. Courtesy Image (c) all rights reserved

~Submitted by Boy Scouts of Bedford Troop 114

The Boy Scouts of Bedford’s Troop 114 are continuing their longstanding fundraising tradition by selling Holiday Wreaths again this year.  The community has shown great support for this event.  Last year the boys sold over 900 wreaths.  The scouts range in age from 12 to 17.  They will be canvassing Bedford’s neighborhoods during late October and early November.  The beautiful fresh wreaths cost $14 if plain and $18 with a red velvet bow.  Funds are used for the purchase of camping equipment and supplies, merit badges, and rank awards, and to cover the various costs of the Troop’s wide range of activities.   

Neighborhood sales begin on October 19 and conclude on November 17.  A Troop 114 Boy Scout will be coming to your door soon to take your order!  Online sales can be ordered after November 7.  People wanting to order wreaths can order online at www.troop114.org/wreaths.


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Tim Bennett
3 months ago

That’s a good looking wreath! Troop 114 is a great force in our community.

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