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Girl Scouts host event that makes learning about safety fun for youths

8:31 PM, Sep. 27, 2013
Tammy Kubisiak of the Grand Rapids Police Department listens as Wood County Sheriff's Department canine handler talks to Girl Scouts about Rex, the department's dog.
Tammy Kubisiak of the Grand Rapids Police Department listens as Wood County Sheriff's Department canine handler talks to Girl Scouts about Rex, the department's dog.
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While many students slept in or chilled out Friday, almost 100 young girls were up, out and learning about safety.

"It's like a normal school day, but you're here with us," said Sarah Popp, a co-leader for Brownie Troop No. 6017.

No School Safety Day was observed Friday at Camp Sacajawea. Girl Scouts from Daisy Scouts (kindergarten age) to Cadette Scouts (middle school) participated. ...

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