Donations replace Camp Fire candy cash stolen outside Mill Creek grocery store

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MILL CREEK, Wash. (AP) — Hundreds of dollars in donations have replaced the $85 stolen last month when a man ran off with the cash box for a girl selling Camp Fire candy outside a grocery store in Mill Creek.

But, 11-year-old Nattalie Anderson is still selling.

The sixth-grader tells The Daily Herald  it's important to meet her goals of beating her old record of 1,311 boxes sold and helping other kids pay for summer camp.

Nattalie sells Camp Fire candy each year to help pay for her horsemanship classes at a summer camp.


Information from: The Daily Herald.


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