Boy Scouts serve up hundreds of
delicious pork BBQ meals
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On Sunday, the parking lot at the Knights of
Columbus south of Lincoln was packed. Anyone arriving near the noon
hour was forced to find parking off the beaten path. Why? Because
Boy Scout Troop 102 and family and friends were serving up the best
barbecue pork lunch in Logan County.
The annual event features a smoked pork barbecue sandwich that can't
be beat as prepared in smokers by expert local barbecue masters led
by Chris Graue. The lunch also includes IGA Charlie Lee's famous
baked beans, potato salad and a choice among a wide selection of
Inside the K of C, it was like entering a beehive.
All the workers knew their service roles, and it was a hive of
activity. Tables were filled with people enjoying the feast, then
were cleared and refilled like clockwork. Everyone was working or
eating, and no one was waiting around.
Troop members provided full service —
from door opening to dinner service to table cleanup —
and even provided special assistance where needed, with that special
Boy Scout attitude of "helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, cheerful,
clean" and all that other stuff, which is what Boy Scouts are best
known for doing.
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Profits from the fundraiser support troop and
individual Scouting activities for the year.