This past Sunday we were able to give back to an organization that has supported us with over $1,100 in financial support. The Chillicothe Town Theatre held a fundraiser to help pay for the new digital projectors that were installed last year. Volunteering at their event was a great way to show our appreciation to The Town Theatre.
Woody and Bullseye
We were able to serve in a couple of different ways. We ran the cotton candy machine at the concession stand and served nachos and sodas.
Concession Stand Professionals
Cotton Candy Slingers
We paraded around the event in different costumes and had our pictures taken with Optimist members and little children. We’re pretty sure we had more fun dressing up than anything else from the day.
Our Youngest Venture Scout
The event was a wonderful success and the Chillicothe Optimist Club can make another payment on the digital projectors. It was a great way to spend a hot Sunday afternoon.
In a couple of days Crew 91 will be volunteering at the Town Theatre fundraiser in support of their recent purchases of digital projectors. We’ll be experts at serving nachos and get super messy with the creation of cotton candy. But by far the most fun we’ll be having has got to do with Wreck it Ralph, Minions and Batman. We will be dressing up! It’s not even Halloween!
Woody and Bullseye
Sponge Bob Square Pants
Come out and see us and support the Town Theatre on Sunday, August 25 at the IVC High School in Chillicothe! Get a pork chop sandwich or a hotdog for your youngens. There’s a live and silent auction and live entertainment. Come out for lunch and a good time in support of our theatre operated by the Chillicothe Optimists!
The snow came just in time for our first campout of the year. We spent the weekend at Camp Wokanda surrounded by a light snow covering that made the weekend that much more enjoyable. Friday night was full of laughs, delicious chili and we can’t have a Wokanda campout without the Pixy Stix! The highlight of the evening was definitely when Jeremiah told Trevor he could only have a cookie if he took a good picture of Tori. Trevor successfully took five pictures and was rewarded with five cookies. Tori asked Trevor, “Can’t I have a cookie? I was like…the muse!” We busted into laughter!
A Peace Offering
Saturday morning was full of games and hauling of wood. The wood burning stove practically drives you out of the cabin as soon as you walk in the door. We played Dread Pirate, Worst Case Scenario and balloon paddle ball. We attempted balloon paddle ball outdoors but were not successful, way too windy!
We traipsed to IVC High School for the Town Theatre’s Kids County Night. We turned in 402 movie ticket stubs and received $701.16 to support the Venture Crew. All it took was us going to the movies, saving our tickets and turning them into the Optimists. What a bargain!
Thank you Chillicothe Town Theatre!
It’s not very often we’ll combine camping and bowling but we lucked out this weekend. Friday night we spent an hour or so under the moon light and Saturday night we were splashed under cosmic light at Mt. Hawley. There was an awesome bargain that included all you could eat pizza, wings, veggies, soda and cookies. Needless to say we didn’t miss out!
All in all a wonderful weekend full of great friends, awesome food and fantabulous memories. Now off to our next adventure!