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Troop 639 gives back

Troop 639 gives back
Always ready and willing to do their part, Troop 639 donates $500 to Helping Hands of Floresville.

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December 11, 2013
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Members of Girl Scout Troop No. 639 are busy at work in Wilson County. The girls worked hard and donated $500 to Helping Hands of Floresville. This is a local charity that supplies kids in the Floresville Independent School District with sundries and toiletries.

The troop also participated in the Veterans Day celebration on Nov. 11, and afterwards went to the Frank M. Tejeda Texas State Veterans Home and gave the veterans handmade scarves. Most recently, the girls collected canned goods for a local family in need. Additionally, they saved their dues money to buy the family a Thanksgiving dinner from Bill Miller with all the trimmings. This troop of girls is living the Girl Scout law! Good job, Troop 639!

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