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Oshkosh girl donates time and money to send cookies to troops

5:35 PM, Mar. 30, 2013
Sonja Karner, 10, delivered 327 boxes of Girl Scout cookies in early March to an organization in Georgia that sent them to the troops overseas with the help from her parents - her mother Julie providing the vehicle and her father Jay volunteering for the driving.
Sonja Karner, 10, delivered 327 boxes of Girl Scout cookies in early March to an organization in Georgia that sent them to the troops overseas with the help from her parents - her mother Julie providing the vehicle and her father Jay volunteering for the driving.
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Somewhere in New York City sits a package destined for soldiers stationed overseas.

Inside, among other reminders of home, are 327 boxes of Girl Scout cookies courtesy of the generous people of Oshkosh, hand-delivered to Duluth, Ga. by a 10-year-old Oshkosh girl and her father.

Sonja Karner, of Great Lakes Girl ScoutTroop 2373, took an unpleasant lesson about the world and responded with an uplifting show of support for soldiers fighting the war on terror. ...

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