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Cub Scout Brayden Arsenault will sell berries from his popular stand throughout the summer

Local Cub Scout Brayden Arsenault is once again hard at work this summer, selling berries he's picked himself at his popular fruit stand. Brayden sells 2-3 times per week depending on his berry supply, with proceeds going to welcome boxes that he donates to help kids entering foster care.

His goal is to donate 150 welcome boxes this year, and has already been asked to share his story on the KATU segment "Kids who do good stuff" and at his church, Grace Chapel in Wilsonville.

To find out when and where Brayden will be selling, check out his Facebook page at facebook.com/braydensberrystand/ or his website at braydensberrystand.com.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Brayden Arsenault sells a box of berries, with proceeds going to the creation of welcome boxes he then donates to local kids entering fostercare.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Brayden Arsenault sells a box of berries, with proceeds going to the creation of welcome boxes he then donates to local kids entering fostercare.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Brayden Arsenault recently shared his story at Grace Chapel in Wilsonville.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Brayden Arsenault sells a box of berries, with proceeds going to the creation of welcome boxes he then donates to local kids entering fostercare.

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