Girl scouts take action

June 20, 2014 

Girl Scout Troop 1169 from Lee’s Summit are a group of 17 Cadettes (11-12 year olds mostly from Hawthorn Hill Elem.) that chose the LS Animal Shelter as their Take Action Plan. The girls visited the shelter several times and spent a Saturday afternoon at the Hy-Vee on Ward Rd collecting Dawn soap, which helps kill fleas, and other cleaning supplies for the shelter.  They collected 200 items.  They also donated $150 to the shelter from their GS cookie profits. On May 14, cadet’s delivered the supplies. From left, Animal Control Officers Courtney and Vicki Cadettes are from left, Kayla, Grace, Libby, Jordan, Taylor, Natalie (holding check) and Ryann.

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Girl Scout Troop 1169 from Lee’s Summit are a group of 17 Cadettes (11-12 year olds mosty from Hawthorn Hill Elem.) that chose the LS Animal Shelter as their Take Action Plan. The girls visited the shelter several times and spent a Saturday afternoon at the Hy-Vee on Ward Rd. collecting Dawn soap, which helps kill fleas, and other cleaning supplies for the shelter. They collected 200 items. They also donated $150 to the shelter from their GS cookie profits. On May 14, cadet’s delivered the supplies. From left, Animal Control Officers Courtney and Vicki Cadettes are from left, Kayla, Grace, Libby, Jordan, Taylor, Natalie (holding check) and Ryann.

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