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An important part of making the jamboree trip meaningful for the participants is having them work to earn their own money to pay the participant fee, purchase uniforms and equipment, and for their spending money. Motivated Scouts will find ways to earn money locally, such as offering lawn and snow removal services. Home troops often have their own fundraisers, like spaghetti feeds and pancake breakfasts, that will help boys earn funds.

The Central Minnesota Council contingent will provide two product sales opportunities for Scouts to earn their way to Jamboree: Mr. Zís frozen foods and Trails End popcorn.

The Mr. Zís product sale will be a selection of frozen foods, including pizzas, pies, sandwiches, and more. Scouts will take pre-orders and collect money when they deliver the items to their customers. Scouts should not wear their uniform while selling.

The Trails End popcorn sale is a special sale only for Jamboree Scouts. This will be in addition to the regular sale done by home troops. The same great tasting popcorn will be available. Scouts will take pre-orders and collect money when they deliver the items to their customers. Trails End sales are the only product sales in which Scouts can wear their uniform.

Fund Raising Dates

Sunday, Jan. 7, 2001

Mr. Zís sale kick off at troop meeting

Sunday, Feb. 4, 2001

Mr. Zís orders due

Sunday, Feb. 25, 2001

Mr. Zís products distributed at troop meeting

Trails End sale kick off

Monday, Mar. 12, 2001

Mr. Zís money due to council

Tuesday, Mar. 20, 2001

Trails End orders due

Sunday, Apr. 1, 2001

Trails End product distributed at troop meeting

Monday, Apr. 23, 2001

Trails End money due to council

For more information on these fundraisers or to volunteer to assist, contact Carl L.


Central Minnesota Council, BSA 2001 National Jamboree © 9/14/00

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