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Girl Scouts Thank Highway Crew

by Bobby Blair
April 11, 2014

A few spring days and it seems like we've all forgotten the winter-that-wouldn't-end.

Armed with a banner and a basket of cookies Girl Scout Troop 2933 said "Thank You" to this winter's unsung heroes the crew at the local highway department.

Girl Scout leader Katie Vaughn summed up the appreciation gathering by thanking the workers for their over the top efforts this past winter.

The presentation took place Thursday afternoon at the Highway Barn on Arch Street.

 

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