Girl Scouts raise funds to buy pajamas

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COLONIAL SCHOOL — Girl Scout Troop 1666 held a bake sale on Jan. 24 to raise money for the pajama program.

The pajama program is where people send money to children who need pajamas because they don’t have any. The sale was held in the back of the Colonial School, and they sent Girl Scouts to the front with trays of treats to sell.

“We raised $407.65,” said Troop Leader Mary Loughman. “That’s enough money to buy up to 20 children pajamas.”

All of the scouts are very happy that they raised a lot of money to help people. Girl Scouts is  about helping people and having fun.

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