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Girl Scouts collect clothes for Foster Care Closet

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By: Hannah Paczkowski
hpaczkowski@klkntv.com

A Girl Scout Troop is doing their part to help those in need and deliver treats at the same time.

Troop 20729 in Firth collected clothes for the Foster Care Closet today while finishing up their candy sale route.

The organization gives clothes and winter gear to those in Foster Care.

 "It's a good learning experience on how to help others and support the community around you," Nancy Ballard said.

 This Girl Scout Troop is made up of 2nd and 3rd grade girls.

For more information on the Foster Care Closet, go to  https://www.facebook.com/FosterCareCloset

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