Daisy Troop 3042

(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

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