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We would both like to say a huge thank you to Mrs.Harrington for agreeing to be our advisor and for inspiring and encouraging us throughout this project, Mrs.Aull, our school principal for approving the idea in the first place and for giving us wonderful ideas, the Girl Scout council for taking the time to go through and approve our proposals and final reports, the CCMS PTO and our girl scout troop, Troop 64, for financial aid, all of the NJHS volunteers and their families who donated plants and attended the May 13th Clean-Up Day, the BRMS SMILE for planting flowers for the courtyard and Mrs.M, a teachers aide, for donating $50.00 on the night of the May Mosaic. In addition to that, Corinne and I would also like to say a really big thank you to our troop leaders for supporting us throughout this adventure.