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QUOTE FROM CUB SCOUT PACK 122:
COL. BOYCE DID AN EXCELLENT JOB AS AUCTIONEER FOR OUR EVENT AND NOT ONLY WAS PROFESSIONAL HE WAS ALSO VERY ENTERTAINING FOR THE CUB SCOUTS AND THEIR FAMILIES. THE AUCTION IS A YEARLY FUNDRAISER FOR OUR PACK, HOWEVER THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME THAT WE HAD THE SERVICE OF A PROFESSIONAL AUCTIONEER. WITH COL. BOYCE'S PARTICIPATION OUR PACK EARNED MORE FUNDS THAN IT EVER HAS FOR THIS FUNDRAISER.
CUB SCOUT PACK 122 GRATEFULLY THANKS COL. BOYCE FOR THIS TIME AND WE WOULD RECOMMEND HIM AS AN AUCTIONEER FOR ANYONE IN NEED OF THIS SERVICE.
CUB SCOUT PACK 122
February 4, 2005
Dear Colonel Boyce,
Thank you once again for the tremendous job you did for our Cub Scout Pack at the Annual Cake Bake and Auction. As always, without your help, we would not have been as successful as we were.
As you may remember, the money you help us raise pays for summer camps, monthly awards, patches and other recognition as well as allowing us to purchase the Pinewood Derby cars and other necessary materials for the development of these young men.
Your interaction with the parents and other audience members goes a long way to raising the funds. Everyone talks about how amazed they are at your skill and how comfortable you make them feel about the whole process. As you know, an auction can be an intimidating situation with uncertainty and anxiety, but you always put everyone at ease.
We are very fortunate that you are willing to donate your time and effort to our cause. We believe that it is important in this day and age to teach our young men about values, character and morals and you help us to do that sometimes daunting task.
Thank you Chuck, for your help and your kindness. I know I speak for all the parents, Scouts and other Scout leaders when I tell you that without your participation and generosity, it would not be a successful Cake Auction. Thank you again.
Den Leader, Pack 122
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