Members of Troop 614 are, from left: front row – Elizabeth Applebaum, Valerie Smith, Juana Garcia, Madeline Smith and Hannah Honeycutt; and back row – leader Julie Smith, MacKenzie Swartz, Mataya Grimes, Katlin VanRoekel and assistant leader Jen Swartz. Not pictured are Brianna Faircloth and Katie McNoldy.
Members of Troop 614 are, from left: front row – Elizabeth Applebaum, Valerie Smith, Juana Garcia, Madeline Smith and Hannah Honeycutt; and back row – leader Julie Smith, MacKenzie Swartz, Mataya Grimes, Katlin VanRoekel and assistant leader Jen Swartz. Not pictured are Brianna Faircloth and Katie McNoldy. N.C. COASTAL PINES GIRL SCOUTS
Members of Troop 614 are, from left: front row – Elizabeth Applebaum, Valerie Smith, Juana Garcia, Madeline Smith and Hannah Honeycutt; and back row – leader Julie Smith, MacKenzie Swartz, Mataya Grimes, Katlin VanRoekel and assistant leader Jen Swartz. Not pictured are Brianna Faircloth and Katie McNoldy. N.C. COASTAL PINES GIRL SCOUTS

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