Cub Scouts provide scarfs, items for homeless in Federal Way

Packs 301 and 305 assemble care kits at Federal Way Day Center.

Cub Scout Packs 301 and 305 assembled care kits on Dec. 11 for those in need who visit the Federal Way Day Center. The kits included hygiene items, gloves, hats, hand warmers, socks and snack foods The boys also made fleece scarfs to add to the kits.

The Federal Way Day Center, located at 33505 13th Place S. #D, provides a welcoming space to adults who are homeless and vulnerably housed. The center offers showers, laundry, computers, phones, mail reception services, space for meal preparation, and access to health care and social services.

The packs 301 and 305 are chartered through The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Hylebos and Jovita Creek Wards. The packs’ leaders include Chris Wood, wolf den leader; Linda Wixom and Austin Jex, bear den leaders; Mako Gunnel, Webelos den leader; Dan Miller and Becky Kelly, Cub Scout Committee chairs; and Steve Goff, Chartered Organization representative.

Photos courtesy of Sue Drake/Federal Way Day Center volunteer coordinator

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