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Girl Scouts Lily Windle and Kaitlynn Miller have a trunk filled and ready to donate fo fire survivors. Photo submitted

What is the Quincy Girl Scout troop doing?

The Quincy Girl Scouts have been busy this year and they are capping it off tonight, Dec. 17, with a popular holiday tradition. The girls will be going Christmas Caroling with assistance from the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office at 6 p.m. in East Quincy.

Girl Scout Kaitlynn Miller poses with John Gay, representing the local food bank, following the Girl Scout Troop donation of their popular cookies. Photo submitted

Earlier this year, the girls donated over 12 cases of cookies to Community Action Network (C.A.N) from the cookie share program.

They made “thinking of you cards” for the Seniors and gave them a box of cookies.

The girls learned how to string a bow and arrow then worked on our archery skills with Zeke Awbrey.

The proceeds from their Nut and Candy sales were used to help the Dixie Fire survivors.  The Greenville Resource Center gave the troop a list of needs, they did the shopping, then delivered the items.  While at the Greenville Resource Center, they helped restock the shelves.

The Scouts donated nuts to C.A.N for their table at the Veteran’s Stand Down event.

The Girl Scouts would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.  Thank you all for continuing to support Quincy Girl Scout Troop #244!

Quincy Girl Scouts make “thinking of you cards” for local seniors, which they delivered with some cookies. Photo submitted
The Quincy Girl Scout Troop members learn archery skills from Zeke Awbrey. Photo submitted







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