Girl Scout troop in Wolfeboro is learning new skills and making friends
WOLFEBORO, NH – Girl Scout Troop 62863 has been very busy since forming last fall, learning life skills that will serve them well as they grow up. The troop includes six Brownies and Juniors in grades 2-5 in Wolfeboro.
Troop Leader Megan Monteith said “We've finished our Cyber Security badge sets, for both Brownies and Juniors. We've also just completed our Brownies Painting badge and the Juniors Drawing badge. To work together we had the Juniors and Brownies work together and draw out a troop mural before painting together. We are looking forward to hiking, gardening, outdoor meetings and meeting other Girl Scouts!”
The troop is now fully into cookie season, eager to meet their goals with their Girl Scout Cookie businesses. They would be happy to welcome more members to their troop.
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