Some Veterans of Foreign Wars posts are thriving because they’ve encouraged outreach into the community. For example, VFW Post 7356 in Parkville has opened its doors to Cub Scout Pack 393, which recently staged its Pinewood Derby event there. It was a tense few seconds as 8-year-old Davon Troutner watched his car during the races.
Some Veterans of Foreign Wars posts are thriving because they’ve encouraged outreach into the community. For example, VFW Post 7356 in Parkville has opened its doors to Cub Scout Pack 393, which recently staged its Pinewood Derby event there. It was a tense few seconds as 8-year-old Davon Troutner watched his car during the races. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
Some Veterans of Foreign Wars posts are thriving because they’ve encouraged outreach into the community. For example, VFW Post 7356 in Parkville has opened its doors to Cub Scout Pack 393, which recently staged its Pinewood Derby event there. It was a tense few seconds as 8-year-old Davon Troutner watched his car during the races. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star

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