Girls Scouts make ‘distraction toys’ for police to give to children
Voices Girl Scouts Elizabeth Burson, Taylor Downard and Ruthie Smith explain their gift of 100 toys they made to Deputy Chris Johnston, right, at the Spokane Valley Police Station. The girls raised more than $500, then bought the parts to make the toys — a clear tube filled with colored rice where the user juggles the contents to locate small objects concealed inside. They hope that police officers will use them to distract children caught up in traumatic situations.
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