Cub Scout Pack 821's Pinewood Derby
Scouts from Cub Scout Pack 821 competed in their Pinewood Derby Jan. 30 at Rogers Middle School.

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Jana Vicius helps Billy Street and Truman Becker (from left) build stands for their Pinewood Derby cars.

Photographer: Colin Dabbs

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