Kansas man builds Lego charity with Missouri Boy Scouts
April 28, 2017
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — About once a month, Matthew Gould drives from his Roeland Park home to the Boy Scouts Heart of America Council headquarters at Interstate 435 and Holmes Road. A 5-gallon bucket rides shotgun.
He pulls into the parking lot, parks, grabs the bucket and climbs out. Out of another parked car emerges a second man, older than the middle-aged Gould. He also carries a bucket.
The buckets are swapped. No currency is exchanged — only a little shop talk. The men shake hands, return to their cars and drive away. A few weeks later, the scene is repeated.
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