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Girl Scouts welcomes new Daisies in Wolcott

07.2021 Troop 61654 with flag copy
Some of the new Girl Scout Daisies of Troop 61654 join their older troop members in showing the Girl Scout sign. Daisies are girls in kindergarten and first grade. Back row from left are Cadette Jesalyn, Cadette Grace, Cadette Lydia, Senior Fiona, and Cadette Kaylee. In front are Daisies Alaedra, Taylyn, Angelina, Melody, and Eleanor. Missing is Daisy Ariah. (Courtesy photo)

New troops are forming and existing troops invite new members

WOLCOTT, VT – New Girl Scout Daisies are enjoying the outdoors, making new friends, and beginning their Girl Scout experience in Wolcott. Ten girls in Troop 61654 are now able to meet in person with safety precautions in place. The troop includes girls from Daisy through Senior level, which is kindergarten through 10th grade.

“Our troop is comprised of several girls from different areas and schools who are excited to make friends and ready to engage in activities!” said troop leader Kasey Greene. “They have a diverse range of interests we are trying to accommodate and include in the ‘girl-led’ fashion, ranging from first aid/babysitting, horseback riding, science, cooking, and more. They are incredibly motivated to keep learning more and more and to engage in the community!

Girls are welcome to join Girl Scouts any time of the year, and at any age. Participate by joining an existing troop, forming a new troop, or even as an individual member. Regular membership is just $40, and extended year membership through September 30, 2022, is $56, with financial aid available.

Girl Scouts is here for girls through it all. Cheering them on, lifting them up, and celebrating their strengths. Today, tomorrow, together—we’re on their team. See more at

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