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Triton spotted at Gilda’s Club in Fort Lauderdale

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A Triton bag was recently spotted at Gilda’s Club South Florida, a cancer support organization for families in Fort Lauderdale. Fawn Allen, of Creative Services, assisted with the monthly art therapy.

“The Triton bag was nice and roomy for holding art supplies for our monthly art therapy visits,” Allen wrote.

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