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2012-11-14 / Living

Veterans honored at local cemeteries


Pictured left to right are: front row, from Pack 194: are Joett Morrison, Cubmaster, Stacy Zamora, Webelos I Den Leader, Carmen De La Torre, Wolf Den Leader, Cub Scouts Alberto De La Torre, John Paul Planchet, Zander Temple, Kadyn Temple, Augustine De La Torre, Zachary Zamora, William Chancellor, Bill Slomchinski, Catholic Life Insurance (CLIU) President, and Gail Slomchinski, CLIU member, Kathy Beard, CLIU Secretary/Treasurer, John Beard, CLIU member, and Marilyn Katcsmorak, CLIU agent. Back row, from Troop 194 are Nicolas Planchet, Alex Post, Eagle Scout, Bill Meadows Scout Master, Ryan Tudyk, Enrique Trevino, Bryce Huddleston, Cody Leal and Danny Morrison II. 
JOETT MORRISON | COURTESY PHOTOS Pictured left to right are: front row, from Pack 194: are Joett Morrison, Cubmaster, Stacy Zamora, Webelos I Den Leader, Carmen De La Torre, Wolf Den Leader, Cub Scouts Alberto De La Torre, John Paul Planchet, Zander Temple, Kadyn Temple, Augustine De La Torre, Zachary Zamora, William Chancellor, Bill Slomchinski, Catholic Life Insurance (CLIU) President, and Gail Slomchinski, CLIU member, Kathy Beard, CLIU Secretary/Treasurer, John Beard, CLIU member, and Marilyn Katcsmorak, CLIU agent. Back row, from Troop 194 are Nicolas Planchet, Alex Post, Eagle Scout, Bill Meadows Scout Master, Ryan Tudyk, Enrique Trevino, Bryce Huddleston, Cody Leal and Danny Morrison II. JOETT MORRISON | COURTESY PHOTOS In observance of Veterans Day, the Cub Scouts Pack 194 and Boy Scouts Troop 194, both from Pleasanton, along with the members of Pleasanton Branch #63 of Catholic Life Insurance, honored fallen veterans on Nov. 11. They placed over 300 flags on their graves at the Pleasanton City Cemetery and San Ysidro Cemetery on Sunday, Nov. 11.

The flags were provided by the Pleasanton Branch of Catholic Life as part of their “Make a Difference Day” where they join with other local groups to do a joint community service project.

The Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts participate in community service projects throughout the year as part of their “Good Turn for America” efforts. Annually, Catholic Life donates to Project Graduation, CAM and Catholic religious education programs in Atascosa County. Additionally, flags are donated to a local school and monetary donations are made to area fire departments.



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