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Weston girl passes Lost Dogs goal

2:14 PM, Feb. 25, 2014
McKenzie Danielson, 11, sits with family dogs Lizzie, left, and Taz at her family's home Friday in Weston. McKenzie is helping raise money for the Lost Dogs of Wisconsin organization.
McKenzie Danielson, 11, sits with family dogs Lizzie, left, and Taz at her family's home Friday in Weston. McKenzie is helping raise money for the Lost Dogs of Wisconsin organization.
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An 11-year-old girl who is asking for donations in lieu of birthday gifts surpassed her original goal of $1,000 for Lost Dogs of Wisconsin.

McKenzie Danielson, who was featured in a Daily Herald Media article published Saturday, has raised $1,105 to date to help a Wausau man reunite lost dogs with their owners. McKenzie since has upped her goal to $1,500.

All money donated through McKenzie's online donation page will be given to the Marathon County chapter of Lost Dogs of Wisconsin, a ...

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