Sage Canyon Daisy Troop #3062 donates school supplies to Sri Lanka orphanage

Sage Canyon Elementary School’s Daisy Troop #3062 were recently involved in an inspiring school supply donation that benefitted an orphanage in Sri Lanka.  They collected more than 100 pounds of school supplies and one of the Troop members made the donation in person while visiting Sri Lanka this past summer.  The girls are (front row): Amanda, Allie, Madeleine, Ava; and (back row) Sofia, Ainsley, Elizabeth, Camille, Yezy, Daniella, and Gaby.

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