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Scouts plant tree for wounded Bremerton girl

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BREMERTON -- A Girl Scout Daisy troop planted a tree Tuesday for Amina Kocer-Bowman near the Bremerton elementary school where she was critically wounded.
The kindergarten and first-grade girls sang a song about friends and presented Amina with an honorary vest.
Amina's dad, John Bowman, told the Kitsap Sun she's getting a lot of therapy but has a long road of recovery ahead.
She was nearly killed on Feb. 22 when a gun fired in a classmate's backpack.

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