Ashley Falls Brownie Troop holding animal toy drive in Carmel Valley

The 2nd grade Ashley Falls Brownie Troop.

The 2nd grade Ashley Falls Brownie Troop is conducting an animal toy drive to benefit cats and dogs at the Helen Woodward Animal Center.  In honor of the 100th-year anniversary of Girl Scouts, the troop has set a goal of collecting 100 toys.  There will be a collection box in the front office at Ashley Falls School now through May 18.

Ashley Falls School is located at 13030 Ashley Falls Dr., San Diego, CA 92130.

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