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Members of Brownie Troop 623 and Daisy Troop 1872, who helped collect and make items for dogs and cats sheltered by the Madison County Humane Society, include: front row from left, Jacey Wilson, Lily Wickersham, Ciah Marks, Avery Clark, Ava Lepp, Faith Meadows, Ava Stotts, Sasha Yow, Kylie Hammonds, Bailey Mattox, Natalie Knecht, Emmy Collier, Caroline Christian; middle row from left, Serena Florell, Katie Shaffer, Amelia Harrel, Lydia Harrel, Kadynn Lepp, Kate Hagan; back row from left, Maggie Wilson, Sophia Koontz, Megan Perkins, Alyssa Hudson, Madelynn Petrey, Lily Shelton, Tatum Nelson, Hannah Ramsey and Abby Harrel.

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