Daisy Troop Gets Surprise Visit from their "adopted" U.S. Army Captain

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It's hard to give our children a context for doing good--we raise money for things we never see or touch and people we don't even know, for the most part. But the kids know they are doing something important and helpful and that matters a lot. However, when they get to meet the person for whom all their hard work has gone to benefit, it really helps drive the point home that doing good is a good thing. Some local Girl Scouts recently got a visit that helped them put a human face on their recent community service project.
Metuchen Daisy Troop 80612 received a visit recently from U.S. Army Capt. Christopher Hartings, the soldier they "adopted" during his tour in Afghanistan. The girls contributed items for a care package and drew pictures to send to "Capt. Chris" earlier this year. Captain Hartings came to a troop meeting to thank the Scouts for their support.

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Dandelion Troop 80612 are the best.

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