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MILWAUKEE -- The popular Canadian Pacific Holiday Train is adding a stop in Wauwatosa this year  -- and it's all thanks to two girl scouts. Michela Miller and Madison Sveum joins Real Milwaukee to tell us how they did it.

In order for a city or town to be considered for a stop, communities need to prove that they have a food need. A non-profit collects food and financial donations at every stop the train makes. The two girl scouts did their homework and managed to get several public officials to make the public request.

The holiday train will stop in Wauwatosa at 8:05 p.m. Friday, December 4th. The train will also make stops in Sturtevant, Milwaukee and Hartland.

Click here to learn more about All Aboard for Tosa Cares.