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Griswold Elementary School fifth grade Junior Girl Scout Troop 66020 filled more than 300 plastic eggs with treats to donate to the Salvation Army Marshall House Homeless Shelter in Hartford. The donations were for an easter egg hunt for the children staying at the facility. From left: Jamie Peterson, Alison Cavanagh, Brynn Williams, Taylor Smola, Kylie Lanteri and Jaden Paldino. | (Submitted by Carolyn Paldino)

Egg-cellent job




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