Carmel Valley Girl Scouts improve lives on Thinking Day

Girl Scouts represent the country of Pakistan: Veronica, Mishaal, Gia, Hannah, Elise, Catie

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The Carmel Valley Girl Scout Service Unit held its annual Thinking Day event — with the theme “Improving Children’s Lives” — on March 16 at Grace Point Church.

The two co-hosting troops of the event  — Troops 1224 (6th grade) and 1666 (fourth grade) were from Notre Dame Academy.

One hundred and forty-five Girl Scouts attend the event and they collected 210 donations of canned food benefitting the San Diego Food Bank.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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