A Lions street stall will raise funds for the rebuilding of the Cleveland scout hall

JAM: Cub scouts Mia and Matthew Rosendale sample some home made produce being created for a street stall with Cleveland Challenge Lions to raise funds to support the rebuilding of the Cleveland scount den.
JAM: Cub scouts Mia and Matthew Rosendale sample some home made produce being created for a street stall with Cleveland Challenge Lions to raise funds to support the rebuilding of the Cleveland scount den.

It will be a  different type of Jam-boree for Cleveland Scouts when members of the Cleveland Challenge Lions club sell their home made jams at the corner of Bloomfield and Middle streets, Cleveland from 8am to 1.30pm on Thursday, June 7.

Members of the club are making home made wares to support the rebuilding of the Cleveland scout den at  Ormiston, which was recently destroyed by fire.

On sale will be pickles and other home cooked produce, pot plants, books, baby wear, blankets, knee rugs and a variety of other knitted items, donated by local knitters.

Pre orders or donations to the stall can be made by phoning Annette Henderson on 3207 4601.