Two Girl Scout Troops got recognized this December in the local newspaper, the Leader-Herald.
“Broadalbin Girl Scout Troop 2265 visited the Regional Animal Shelter in Gloversville on Monday, December 9. The Scouts worked on their badge, ‘Giving Back To Their Community.’ The girls brought in items to donate to the shelter, including dog and cat food. The Scouts also donated $100 from their profits from selling candy and nuts.”
“On Wednesday, December 4, Northville Girl Scout Daisy Troop 2003 held it’s investiture and rededication ceremony. The troop welcomed six new Daisies. Every girl in the troop received a world pin, which is worn by every Girl Scout in the world, and a Daisy pin. In addition, the troop decorated bag donated by Tops to give to the Fulmont Northville Outreach Center Food Pantry. The Daisies decorated 20-plus bags, a news release said. They also decorated a stack of place mats donated by the Four Corners Diner to give to the NOAH Community Meal Program, sponsored by St. John’s Episcopal Church in Johnstown.”