SALEM, NH – The Girl Scout Brownies of Troop 58203 visited the Salem Woods resident center for some help creating dog toys for the local animal shelter in February. The girls and residents created pull toys for dogs and shared some quality time together.
The Brownie troop is always ready for anything new and embraces the Girl Scout Promise and Law, working to make a difference in their community and the world a better place.
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