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Cascade View Brownies keep it moving with Zumba | Photo

Pictured are, from left, front row, Sydney Grady, Kate Johnson, Lucy Peterson, Emma Niemela, Brooke Bovenkamp, back row, Kayla Johnson, Lily Brady, Dani Barnes, Kendall Koval, Zumba instructor Kelly Saunders, Hanna Swoffer, Caroline Smith and Maggie Brown. Not pictured are junior Girl Scout assistants Kyra Bovenkamp and Emma Peterson.  - Courtesy photo
Pictured are, from left, front row, Sydney Grady, Kate Johnson, Lucy Peterson, Emma Niemela, Brooke Bovenkamp, back row, Kayla Johnson, Lily Brady, Dani Barnes, Kendall Koval, Zumba instructor Kelly Saunders, Hanna Swoffer, Caroline Smith and Maggie Brown. Not pictured are junior Girl Scout assistants Kyra Bovenkamp and Emma Peterson.
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Snoqualmie Brownie Troop 42110 recently learned Zumba, a dance-infused exercise, while working on a Sports and Games badge in January. The girls, who are led by Heidi Smith, learned how to stay healthy while having fun.

Smith describes the troop as “sweet, bright and funny” third graders who attend Cascade View Elementary School; they meet at the Snoqualmie Fire Station.

Girl Scout Cookie sales are also coming soon: the troop will be selling cookies at the Snoqualmie Ridge IGA and Gateway Gas and Deli.

 

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