Girl Scouts learn about, join chamber

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Attending the Girl Scout Troop 1980 ribbon cutting last week were (in no particular order): Alexis Brown, Avie Robinson, Cadence Webster, Caleigh Taylor, Cariss Capps, Chloe Neidich, Emilee Brewer, Emily L. Bonner, Emma Chancellor, Katlynn Ploch, Kiera Walker, Lyndsey Long, Lynn Ludwick, Madison Arman, Makenzie Willard, Sienna Miller, Skylar Cook, Tiffany Jauregui, Bria Long, SU & Cookie Coordinator Veronica Miller, Troop Leader Tracie Chancellor, Troop Leader Hope Brewer, Chamber Executive Administrator Brenda Shultz, and Creations Flowers & Gifts owner Gail Farish.

Photo by April Walker

Fairfield Girl Scout Troop 1980 joined the Chamber of Commerce last week.
Brenda Shultz, chamber administrator, explained to the girls what purpose the chamber serves for the community.
“Girl Scouts helps us improve ourselves,” said Emily Bonner.
The 13-year-old has been in Girl Scouts for seven years. Her favorite activity is Christmas caroling.
Emma Chancellor, 13, enjoys taking field trips with her troop,


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