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Girl Scouts Hold Father-Daughter Dance at BRMS

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Sophia, Victoria, and Gabriela, from Bradley Gardens Primary School, join their dads. Credits: Dawn Wilde
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Chris Martino and daughter Olivia, from Adamsville Primary Credits: Dawn Wilde
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Paul Kohutis and his daughter, Juliet, of Hamilton Primary School Credits: Dawn Wilde
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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey held a father-daughter dance at the Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School Feb. 2, and local families came out to celebrate and have a good evening.

The dance was open to anyone in Girl Scouts from around the state, and many were from local Bridgewater schools, including Adamsville Primary, Hamilton Primary and Bradley Gardens Primary.

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