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Homelessness project opens scouts’ eyes

Published 01/04/2013, Woodbury Bulletin

Woodbury Middle School eighth graders Heather Dahlberg and Kaitlyn Budd, of Woodbury and eighth grader Kate Ehle, of Maplewood, spent a night in a cardboard box on Oct. 18 as part of Cardboard Box City at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. Additionally, the three girls donated 2,800 personal care items to the Dorothy Day Homeless Shelter and the Families Moving Forward organization. The girls participated in Cardboard Box City and donated the items as part of their Girl Scouts Silver Award project.

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