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Middlefield Girl Scout Troop 62111 donated a percentage of its cookie sale profits to the no-kill/non-profit Meriden Humane Society recently to aid cats and dogs in need. Pictured are Natalia Smith, Lauren and Brooke Konefal, Rachel and Regan Dills and Josie Belisle. (Missing from photo Sadie Carpentino). (Submitted by Michele Belisle.)

Scouts help out humane society


Middlefield Girl Scout Troop 62111 donated a percentage of its cookie sale profits to the no-kill/non-profit Meriden Humane Society recently to aid cats and dogs in need. Pictured are Natalia Smith, Lauren and Brooke Konefal, Rachel and Regan Dills and Josie Belisle. (missing from photo Sadie Carpentino). (Submitted by Michele Belisle.)



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