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Windham girls enjoying first experience as Girl Scouts

Windham Troop 62987
Girl Scout Daisies in a new Windham troop meeting at Golden Brook School plan to use part of their Girl Scout Cookie proceeds to help the Millstone Wildlife Center. (Courtesy photo)

Daisy troop in Windham is learning new skills and making friends

WINDHAM, NH – Girl Scout Troop 62987 has been very busy since forming late this fall, learning life skills that will serve them well as they grow up. The troop includes 11 Daisies in kindergarten and first grade in Windham.

Troop Leader Meaghan Gadbois said they have earned three petals, the equivalent of badges for this age level, and have many activities planned. They have learned about Girl Scout traditions and learned a special handkerchief dances thanks to a pen pal activity with a troop in New Orleans.

“We have local baker Alexa DiPrima coming from Cakes by Alexa to talk about running a business, and they’ll ‘buy’ supplies to decorate cookies,” she said. “They have outings planned to the fire station, Karate International and Nesmith Library. They want to use some of their earned cookie money to support the Millstone Wildlife Center.”

The girls are currently taking orders for this year’s Girl Scout Cookie season, with in-person sales beginning mid-February. You can help them by using the Girl Scout Cookie Finder at


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