Noblesville Scouts honored at breakfast

Mayor Ditslear does a Q&A session with a Cub Scout. This year he asked questions to Luke Brown, a Tiger Cub with Pack 211 out of Hinkle Creek Elementary School. Luke, a first grade student, was the top popcorn seller this past fall. (Photo provided)

The 23rd Annual Noblesville Mayor’s Breakfast for Scouting was held Tuesday at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds. This year, a record $58,000 was raised in pledges to support Scouting. In Noblesville, there were 563 Cub Scouts, 283 Boy Scouts, 15 Ventures and 67 Explorers in 2017. The rank of Eagle Scout was earned by 19 Boy Scouts, and 2,272 hours of community service were completed.

Mayor Ditslear speaks to Cub Scout Luke Brown.

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