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Girls Scouts dress up the WillMar Center

Girl Scout troop 10130 has adopted Sonoma’s WillMar Family Grief and Healing Center as its community service partner.

Girl Scout troop 10130 has adopted Sonoma’s WillMar Family Grief and Healing Center as its community service partner.

Lorna Sheridan/Index-Tribune Education Editor

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Girl Scout troop 10130 has adopted Sonoma’s WillMar Family Grief and Healing Center as its community service partner. The 19 girls in the troop (and leader Lani Gullotta) recently used proceeds from cookie sales to purchase decorations at the WillMar Center’s dress-up room and donated dress up clothes. The WillMar Center helps close to 200 children and teens each year work through the grief of losing a loved one. Services are always free and the center’s scope goes beyond Sonoma Valley boundaries. From Left are troop members Rosie Molinari, Natalie Cullen, Gullotta, Mia Lucchetti, Annabelle Nichelini, Keira O’Connell, Hannah Botivz, Megan Gullotta, Genieveve Cook, Issabella Rosemurgy and Isabel White.