Girl Scouts collect almost 1,300 pounds of food |

Girl Scouts collect almost 1,300 pounds of food

Jenny Mauer and Rob Harter of the Christian Center of Park City stand with Girl Scout troops during the conclusion of their Girl Scouts Fighting Hunger food drive on Dec. 10. Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes and Seniors teamed up to help donate 1,295 pounds of non-perishable food and other items. (Photo courtesy of Kayley Cassity)

The Girl Scouts of Four Valley concluded their annual "Girl Scouts Fighting Hunger" food drive on Tuesday, Dec. 10, having garnered 1,295 pounds of food donations, breaking last year’s record by 57 pounds.

Girl Scout troops dropped off their food donations at the Christian Center of Park City, having collected them for over a month. Non-perishable items such as canned goods, dried beans, peanut butter and cereals were donated, as were diapers, baby wipes, baby formula and pet food.

The Girl Scouts of Four Valley are comprised of troops in Summit and Wasatch Counties.

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