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Pets take spotlight at Girl Scout event

1:09 PM, Feb. 21, 2014  |  Comments
Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo Queen Lillie Bartelt shows her parrot and some sugar gliders to Girl Scouts at the Love-a-Pet event. Bartelt told the girls about her position as rodeo queen and her love of animals.
Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo Queen Lillie Bartelt shows her parrot and some sugar gliders to Girl Scouts at the Love-a-Pet event. Bartelt told the girls about her position as rodeo queen and her love of animals.
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The Merrill Area Girl Scouts held their 25th annual Love-A-Pet event on Saturday, Feb. 15. Girl Scout troops from Merrill, Wausau, Tomahawk and several surrounding areas attended this celebration of animals.

As part of the yearly service project, the Girl Scouts in attendance presented the humane society with many items, including pet food, cleaning products and care items.

This annual event is coordinated by mother-daughter team Doreen Pugh and Amy Bergmann. In honor of the 25th anniversary, the Merrill Area Girl Scouts also made a monetary donation to the Lincoln County Humane Society.

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