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Scouts celebrate

JoJo the Clown tickled the fancy of young scouts who we were asked not to name at CPW’s Blue and Gold Banquet.

Members of Cerebral Palsy of Westchester’s Boy Scout Pack 535 took part in the nationwide celebration of Scouting Anniversary Week when, on Feb. 9, they held a Blue and Gold Banquet at CPW’s main campus, the David G. Osterer Center in Rye Brook.

Blue and gold refers to the color theme adopted by the Cub Scouts, the Boy Scouts of America’s division for children in the first through fifth grades. The banquet featured food you’re more likely to find at a birthday party: pizza and cake. 

There were plenty of smiles and laughter generated by JoJo the Clown from Jojo’s Party Pals. JoJo was played by Joanne Dorme who bases her clown company in Katonah. 

The scouts pack are working on receiving their Bear Badges. Badges named after various animals are awarded to scouts as they complete a series of educational tasks and adventures.

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