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    Haley Pund of St. Anthony, 8, left, Philicity Collignon of Ferdinand, 9, Kim Collignon of Ferdinand, Nevaeh Moya of Ferdinand, 7, Leslie Jochem of Ferdinand, 9, and Addie Weyer of Ferdinand, 6, painted rain barrels Sunday in Ferdinand as part of the Take Action Project, which encourages Girl Scouts to engage their communities in local issues like water conservation. Brownies in troops 19 and 141 and two Daisy Scouts from Troop 128 worked together on the barrels that will be placed in public locations throughout Dubois County. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Haley Pund of St. Anthony, 8, wiped paint from her nose as she and Philicity Collignon of Ferdinand, 9, left, painted rain barrels Sunday in Ferdinand. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Trista Barnes of Ferdinand, 9, had paint on her leg from painting rain barrels Sunday in Ferdinand. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Philicity Collignon, 9, left, Addie Weyer, 6, and Leslie Jochem, 9, all of Ferdinand, dipped their brushes in paint as they painted rain barrels Sunday in Ferdinand. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Trista Barnes, left, and Philicity Collignon, both 9 and of Ferdinand, painted their hands with the leftover paint after painting rain barrels Sunday in Ferdinand. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Philicity Collignon, left, and Trista Barnes, both 9 and of Ferdinand, talked to each other as they took a break from painting rain barrels Sunday in Ferdinand. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Girl Scouts relaxed as they took their lunch break from painting barrels as part of their Take Action Project, which encourages Scouts to engage their communities in local issues like water conservation, Sunday in Ferdinand. Matthew Busch/The Herald