Boy Scouts Troop 110 serves dinner to Kennewick trailer park residents

Tri-City HeraldNovember 20, 2013 

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A group of about nine Boy Scouts from Troop 110 and four adult leaders serve dinner Wednesday night to residents at the Columbia Drive Mobile Home Park off Columbia Drive in Kennewick. The city shut off power to the park's 24 trailers in late October because the system was deemed unsafe. unsafe. The owner of the park is currently making upgrades to restore electrical service. About 16 residents took part in meal of beef stew, rolls and desserts.

BOB BRAWDY — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

— A group of nine Boy Scouts from Troop 110 and four adult leaders serve dinner Wednesday night to residents at the Columbia Drive Mobile Home Park off Columbia Drive in Kennewick. The city shut off power to the park's 24 trailers in late October because the system was deemed unsafe. The owner of the park is currently making upgrades to restore electrical service. About 16 residents took part in meal of beef stew, rolls and desserts.

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