Girl Scouts in Central Indiana help tornado victims

INDIANA-- Girl Scouts in central Indiana are proving that you are never too young to help others.

Thousands of Girl Scouts worked together, collecting supplies to help the tornado victims in southern Indiana.

Thursday, the girls loaded the supplies on to a truck at Camp Dellwood, near Indianapolis.

Miranda Coss one of the Girl Scouts helping said, "They can clean up the stuff. We got things like brooms and mops, food and vitamins. Stuff that they really need."

Their leaders said along with helping others, this project also taught the girls several important life lessons.


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