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Weekly Troop Spotlight: September 27, 2019

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Girl Scouts around our council are always active – camping, traveling, doing service projects, and making the world a better place. Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains invites all Girl Scouts in our council to share photos of their adventures, achievements, projects, and more. Send your photos to us at Be sure to include a description of the event, your troop number and levels involved, when it took place, and any other relevant information.

Daisy troop blooms

The Mont Vernon, NH, Daisies are in full effect with the formation of Troop 59205. They have their gear and their SWAPS and are ready to kick off a great year starting with a camporee! They are excited to start.

Daisy dolls

New Daisy troop 60160 in Merrimack, NH, had a great first meeting! They learned the Girl Scout promise and law by making tunics for their dolls. They practiced Girl Scout traditions of singing songs, using a talking stick, making kaper charts, and learning the friendship squeeze in their campfire circle. Leaders are Shay Aguilar and Joanne Grobecker.

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Girl Scouts from Troop 22457 and Troop 51100 stand at the ready to tell everyone at the Marston open house about Girl Scouting.

Holy grapes, Girl Scouts!

Girl Scouts from Daisy to Ambassador levels picked grapes growing in the arbor at Brookside Congregational Church in Manchester, NH, which the church uses for communion juice and jam to sell at their annual craft fair. This is the Girl Scouts' second year doing this activity.

Picking and sorting grapes were Girl Scouts from Daisy Troop 10920, Brownie Troop 10405, Junior Troop 12263, Cadette Troop 10720, and Senior/Ambassador Troop 10753.

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