Highland Park Boy Scout Troop 324 Presents Brinner
No, it’s not a typo… it’s Brinner, the delicious result of serving breakfast for dinner.
The Boy Scouts from Highland Park’s Troop 324 invite the community to join them for their spring fund raiser — Brinner! The breakfast-for-dinner will be Tuesday, March 20 from 5:00-7:00 p.m., in the upstairs dining room at the Highland Park Presbyterian Church, 330 Laurel Avenue, Highland Park.
Brinner includes all-you-can eat pancakes or oatmeal, served with turkey sausage, fruit, coffee, milk, and juice.
Tickets are $10 adults, $5 for kids under 10. Children under 4 eat free. Cub Scouts in uniform eat free a with paid adult ticket (one free Cub Scout for each paid adult).
The scouts are responsible for preparing and serving the meal. The Troop will offer a healthier dinner option. The oatmeal, fruit, and turkey sausage are being sponsored by Heal n Cure-Physicians Weight Loss & Wellness Center, Northbrook.
Contact Michelle Holleman at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve tickets. Tickets will be held at the door.
Troop 324 is the only Boy Scout Troop chartered in Highland Park, Ill., and has been active in the community since the 1920s. Troop 324 welcomes boys between the ages of 11 and 18, and currently supports 19 active scouts from all Highland Park’s middle schools and the HP High School.
Boy Scouts participate in a variety of service projects in our community and in the past year have put in hundreds of hours volunteering for agencies like Family Network, the Heller Nature Center, the IDOT Sheridan Road clean up, and the Highland Park Historical Society. The group teaches leadership through outdoor educational activities and encourages independent, self-directed growth through a series of ranks. The troop has produced 101 Eagle Scout, the highest rank attainable by Boy Scouts, earned by only 1-2% of scouts nationwide.
Boys interested in scouting can contact Assistant Scoutmaster Tom Holleman at 847-266-7435 for more information about Troop 324.