Coventryville Museum to host presentation on Girl Scouts

COVENTRYVILLE For more than 100 year, the Girl Scouts has helped young women foster creativity, love of nature, and leadership skills as they develop lifelong friendships through bonds of the mind, body, and heart.



These young women have created countless community service and building projects over the years. Working in partnership with other organizations including fire departments, USO, the U.S. military, senior citizen agencies, and food banks they also play a vital role in responding to disasters and emergencies by helping those in need.

Starting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 26, the Coventryville Town Museum will host a presentation applauding the Girl Scouts organization and its accomplishments in the community as well as the lives of individuals in the Coventryville area and across the U.S.


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