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Author: AHOLLYS Big gold star, 5000 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 121144  
Subject: Girl Scouts Deductions Date: 8/31/2001 9:58 AM
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Hey all ( Hi Phil!!! )

I have a question about the deductability of some Girls Scout activities. I am Currently training to be a leader. I am required to take several training classes. Most are free, however the First Aid/CPR Class ( given by the council) is 21.00, There is also a Day Tripper class that is required for me to take any type of trip away from out meeting place.

The troop is not paying for these classes. I am paying out of my pocket. Are these Deductable as part of my service to Girl Scouts?

Holly
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