Solana Highlands Daisy Troop 3042 helps others through donations

(L to R, bottom) - Annika Xuan, Mali Hollon, Charlotte Bailey, Sara Fultz, Vicky Xu, Scarlett Taylor; (L to R, top) Nikole Egan, Ilana Roberts, Andrea Cross, Misha Klowas, Lindsey Spillane, Cecilia Brown, Anjali Sharma

Solana Highlands Daisy Troop 3042 worked on a Daisy Journey this year that had a focus on animals and animal care.  The Troop members raised $600 this year selling Girl Scout cookies. Troop 3042 members have donated $200 to the Helen Woodward Animal Shelter and $200 to the
San Diego Zoo ($100 to adopt a giraffe and $100 to adopt a panda).

Additionally, they have donated $200 to The Avielle Foundation (Avielle Rose Richman was one of 26 children and educators killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., on Dec. 14, 2012. According to its web site, “the Avielle Foundation has been created to bring about change in the hope of honoring Avielle and all the others that have fallen to such senseless violence. The goal of the Foundation is to prevent violence through brain health research and fostering community.

The Avielle Foundation will work directly with world leaders in these fields toward understanding and change.” Visit

Avielle Richman was a Daisy Scout, just like the Solana Highlands
Troop members.

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