SCOUTS DISPLAY AT LIBRARY


First Posted: 3/11/2012

One hundred years ago, in 1912, Juliette Gordon Low founded the Girl Scouts in the United States in order to involve girls in community service and to experience the outdoors. Since then, Girl Scouts has evolved into one of the nation’s premier leadership development organization for girls.

During the month of March at the Back Mountain Memorial Library, the Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA Service Unit 319 of the Back Mountain will be displaying Girl Scout memorabilia. The display will showcase how things have changed over the years.

Above are pictured two Brownies, Breanna Wesley and Madison Lasinski and two Juniors, Mackenzie Lasinski and Tiffany Lasinski. The girls all enjoy being Girl Scouts and said their favorite activities are spending time with friends and camping. They are also involved with service projects, field trips, outdoor training, crafts, singing, selling cookies and earning patches.

Breanna is the daughter of Mindy and Brian Wesley of Dallas, Mackenzie is the daughter of Cherie and Dan Lasinski of Jackson Twp. and Madison and Tiffany are the daughters of Jason Lasinski of Dallas.

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