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Girl Scouts help reservation school


Photo by Julie Dye From left, Girl Scouts Stella Wilkinson, Brenna Dye and Ainsley Dye help load up a trailer to drop off the donations at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation as part of their Bronze Award service project.

Girl Scout Troop 3010 recently completed a drive that grew bigger than expected for its Bronze Award project.

Troop Leader Julie Dye of Gunbarrel said that the award is for scouts at the Junior Level, and that students at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation have always been on their radar for a future project.

“The Troop has been fascinated by building this year, with robotics and tinkering and designing,” Dye said. “The project we came up with for their bronze award was to create tinker/maker kits for other children.”

The Wounded Knee District School serves close to 200 students,...

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