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Girl Scouts to register Aug. 28

MADISON – Girls in Madison can get ready for fun and learning in a group setting. Girl Scout registration has been scheduled for Aug. 28.

Sign-up meetings on Aug. 28 will be held in the 5 Points Building of Asbury United Methodist Church, 980 Hughes Road. Kindergartners and first-graders will register at 5:30 p.m. Second-graders and older will meet at 6:30 p.m.

Troop coordinators for kindergarten and first grade are Neda Ballard and Caroline Doyle. For information, email SU212Daisy@gmail.com.

Cierra S. Jennings is serving as coordinator for second- and third-graders. For information, email SU212Daisy@gmail.com. Dusty Wayne is working with fourth-graders and older. For information, pchefdusty@hotmail.com.

“If a parent is unable to attend the event, contact the person listed for your girl’s appropriate age level for more information on having your daughter join a Madison troop,” spokesperson Staci Krupp said.

Girls Scouts is “where your G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader) can transform her ideas into action, turn her questions into adventure and grow her confidence through practice,” Krupp said about the organization’s goal.

For general information about the Girl Scouts organization, visit girlscoutsnca.org/join. Volunteers can email girlscoutsnca.org/volunteer.

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