(Cambridge, MN)  —  A Minnesota Boy Scout is giving back in a big way this holiday season.  Twelve-year-old Jonathan Werner raised more than 56-thousand-dollars selling bags of flavored popcorn and pretzels this year.  He told KARE 11 that his share was over eleven-thousand dollars, and he used that money to buy 600 Christmas presents for children living in foster care and domestic violence shelters.  Jonathan explained that it makes him happy to make others happy.

 

Photo from KARE 11.