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Mont Vernon girls enjoying first year as Girl Scout Daisies

Troop 62057
New Girl Scout Troop 62057 of Mont Vernon enjoyed some outdoor time after a meeting. (Courtesy photo)

New troop in Mont Vernon is making new friends and ready to learn

MONT VERNON, NH – Girl Scout Troop 62057 has been very active since forming last fall, learning life skills that will serve them well as they grow up. The troop includes Daisies in kindergarten and first grade from Mont Vernon.

Troop Leader Brittany Prescott said the Girl Scouts have learned the Girl Scout Promise and painted a mural on her co-leader’s basement wall of the Daisy Petals. Petals are equivalent to badges at this youngest grade level of Girl Scouting.  

At a Christmas party, the Daisies each received a gift bag with a Santa hat, played Pin the Heart on the Grinch, danced with an interactive video related to Girl Scouts, and got their vests and petals that day. Then went outside in the back yard for some fun time on the playground.

“We’re looking forward to doing anything that’s embodying what a Girl Scout is all about,” said Prescott, “which is raising strong, independent, driven, determined girls who put God first, and just want to always do good for others with honest integrity.”

The troop is open to adding one more member, she said. She looks forward to watching the girls grow.

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