Cub Scout Pack 63 recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new water fountain the group donated to Crestline Elementary School in Mountain Brook.
The students officially opened the new handicapped and pet-accessible water fountain on the school’s playground May 12.
The Cub Scouts sold popcorn and raised money through donations to purchase and install the new fountain. The group also received donations from Paul DeMarco and Slade Blackwell for the project.
Peter Ray sold the most popcorn of any of the scouts in Pack 63 and was honored by Crestline Elementary School Principal Laurie King at the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Pack Leader Scott Barringer spoke on the joy of giving to others at the ceremony and reminded the young scouts to remember what it feels like to help others.