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Madison County Girl Scouts Seeking Money for Camp Lease

  ANDERSON, Ind. (AP) _ A central Indiana Girl Scouts group is working to line up money to make the lease payments on a camp it has run for nearly 40 years.
  The Madison County Girl Scouts have had trouble raising money from donations, sponsorships and the selling of cookbooks toward running Camp Tanglewood in Anderson.
  Scout director Fay Craig tells The Herald Bulletin that the group pays $2,500 a year to use the land owned by the Anderson Community School Corp. She says the group charges scouts $75 a week for camp events. She says many Girl Scouts wouldn't be able to travel to camps outside the city for similar events.
  Anderson schools Superintendent Felix Chow says he's confident some arrangements can be made with the Girl Scouts.

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