WOODBRIDGE–Girl Scouts troops from the Greater Woodbridge/Carteret Service Unit attended a 100th Anniversary Celebration Party earlier this month. The event focused on 14 troops displaying and sharing Community Service Projects. The 122 girl scouts in attendance participated in a sing-a-long, friendship circle, learned the IGNITE flash mob dance, and many other fun activities.
Woodbridge Mayor John McCormac was on hand to present the Township Proclamation declaring it Girl Scout Week, March 11 to 17. The girls’ community projects included displays, information about their projects, activities and lots of donations.
The Community Service Projects included: Troop 80028 “Angel Paws” cat shelter, Troop 80059 Woodbridge Animal Shelter, Troop 80204 “Birthday in box” for Homeless Shelter, Troop 80210 OneSight (eyeglasses), Troop 80228 St James Food Bank, Troop 80469 Homeless Teens Shelter – clothing drive, Troops 80487and 80488 Preemie Hats, Troop 80530 Clean Ocean Action: Beach Sweeps, 80916 Operation Quiet Comfort (cards for soldiers), Troop 80935 Just 1 Book (new children’s books), Troop 81282 St Peters Children’s Wing Wishlist, and Troop 81599 Color-a-Smile / Operation Quiet Comfort / Carteret Disabilities Awareness Day.
Anyone interested in donating to any of the Girl Scout’s Service Projects can contact Robin Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Photos courtesy of Girl Scouts of Greater/Woodbridge Service Unit)
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