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Daisy Girl Scout Troop 1607 earns petals

Members of Lansing Daisy Girl Scout Troop 1607 have been working since last fall to earn all 10 of their Daisy learning petals - and having a little fun too. Here are scenes from the Scout's sessions in which they earned magenta (respect for authority) and green (nature, conservation and stewardship) petals. Any girl 5 years old and in kindergarten or first grade is eligible to join Daisy Girl Scout Troop 1607, which is led by Carla Wiegers and Connie Linn.

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Officer Bill Linn describes the proper use of handcuffs to Daisy Girl Scouts, from left, ...

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Officers Sundae Holler and Bill Linn answer the Daisy Girl Scouts' questions about a typical ...

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Mike Jessup and the Daisy Girl Scouts talk about different feathers and their purposes for ...

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From left, Phoebe Taylor, Melanie Rozalski and Leah Wiegers listen to a presentation on nature.

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From left, Mike Jessup talks to the Daisy Girl Scouts Shannon Jessup, Phoebe Taylor, Kaci ...

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Mike Jessup, left, talks about the difference between the webbed feet of a goose and ...

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