Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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Local Cub Scouts pack Operation Refugee Child supplies for Syrian kids. Members of Cub Scout Troop 3348, made up mostly of fourth graders at Briarwood Elementary, gathered at the Broadmoor building Tuesday to put together “Hope Boxes” filled with toys and supplies for refugees of the Syrian crisis. You can find out more about the Operation Refugee Child program here.

Mission Coffee With A Cop Friday. The Mission Police Department will hold its next session of Coffee With A Cop at 8 a.m. Friday at Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop on Johnson Drive. Officers will be on hand with coffee and donuts and casual conversation with residents.

SM East graduate among recipients of inaugural round of scholarships for engineering and business students. SM East graduate Avery Bolar is one of the 18 Kansas students named to the first-ever class of Spirit AeroSystems Spirit Scholars. Bolar and other members of the group, who have committed to studying engineering and business at Wichita State University, the University of Kansas or Kansas State University, will receive $8,000 annually for up to four years for tuition, fees and other college expenses. Bolar, who will study business at K-State, is one of just two students from Johnson County to receive the honor. [Spirit AeroSystems announces first scholarship recipients — Spirit AeroSystems]

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