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  • GOTR fifth grader Callie wrote an appreciative thank you letter to those that supported the bake sale (and enjoyed the treats!). GOTR fifth grader Callie wrote an appreciative thank you letter to those that supported the bake sale (and enjoyed the treats!).
  • GOTR teams all work on a community impact project as a meaningful component of the GOTR participation. The Wyoming GOTR held bake sales at all three primary schools to raise money for the Disabled American Veterans organization. GOTR teams all work on a community impact project as a meaningful component of the GOTR participation. The Wyoming GOTR held bake sales at all three primary schools to raise money for the Disabled American Veterans organization.
  • The Wyoming Girls on the Run team with their parents and supporters. The Wyoming Girls on the Run team with their parents and supporters.
     

After a ten week season, Wyoming’s Girls on the Run Team hosted a bake sale as their “community impact project” to raise money for the Disabled American Veterans organization. The letter below was written by Wyoming Middle School fifth grader Callie who participated in the Wyoming Girls on the Run. Callie’s original letter is also pictured. Wyoming Living edited the text for grammatical consistency, but the content is unchanged.

GOTR
Hi. We are Girls on the Run (GOTR). GOTR is an organization that is aimed toward helping girls with self-confidence, bullying, helping others, stamina, and such. We recently had our annual community impact project. This year we decided to have a bake sale for disabled veterans. We had bake sales at three locations. The primary schools Elm, Hilltop, and Vermont. It was a success and it will be helping many disabled veterans! We would like to thank everyone for coming out and supporting disabled veterans and Girls on the Run. In total we raised $700.30. We couldn’t have done it without you!
Thanks again,
Girls on the Run

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