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Thank you Erica Wellman, Manager of Friends For Life Animal Sanctuary in Gilbert, and Barb, our Tour Guide, as well as Carrie Singer, founder and owner of Animal Guardian Network in Cave Creek, for letting the Girlscouts Deliver items for your shelter animals. The Troop has had a huge week sorting and delivering the items!
The Troop collected, dog and cat food, dog beds, cat litter, cat food, cat litter boxes, leashes, food bowls, rawhide bones, milk bones, toys and a great big, open, dog crate! Wow!
Thank you to Troop Leader, Lorraine, and Co-Leader, Jessica, for the dedication to your Troop and the hard work put in to all of this. Thanks for driving to Cave Creek Jessica!

Thanks to ALL of you who donated items to the Donation Box in Hull Elementary! Special thanks to my friends, Kathy, Shannon and Dr. Bower's for donating food, litter and the dog crate! We appreciate everything you all did!

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