GLIDE — On Saturday, while many teens his age were no doubt sleeping in on their first day of winter break, 15-year old senior patrol leader Shawn Fitzpatrick was up early. He and 14 other members of Boy Scout Troop 112 in Glide watched the sun come out as they darted in and out of a gymnasium full of food and other household necessities. From there, they set forth to spend the rest of the day making deliveries to more than 240 Glide-area households. You have to start early to move 21 tons of anything. “We got a lot of …
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