Girl Scouts Helping Drivers

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LIBERTY TOWNSHIP -- Some people may still be traveling home after the holiday and a local Girl Scout troop is doing its part to keep drivers awake and alert on the roads.

Girl Scouts from Troop 1116 set up shop at a rest stop off Interstate 80 west near Danville Sunday.

The scouts served food and drinks to those who were driving home from visiting friends and family on Thanksgiving, all for a donation.

"We chose today because of the fact that a lot of people were heading home and we thought it would be a busy week and it'd be a good time for people to stop and give us donations for our trip," said Tianni Reibsome of Girl Scout Troop 1116.

Money raised helps the Girl Scouts from Montour County go on an educational trip to Savannah, Georgia.

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