Senior Girl Scout Troop 1411 Holiday Bazaar

Despite the threat of rain, Senior Girl Scout Troop 1411 hosted this past weekend the annual Holiday Bazaar for the Carmel Valley Service Unit.  More than 160 girls, ranging from Daisy to Senior Girl Scouts, attended the event to sell their handcrafted wares.  Donations were collected for the Monarch School, a school in downtown San Diego that educates students impacted by homelessness.

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