Girl Scouts of Cranford in the News
Junior Troop 40551 held a looming event for Daisy's
Junior Troop 40551 held a looming event for Daisy's in March. The Juniors and Daisy Scouts had a lot of
fun making their creations. The troop earned $150 and they will use the money towards the plants for the butterfly
garden that will be planted at the Calvary Nursery School in Cranford. The girls have volunteered several hours already
at the school helping with after care children and creating the butterfly wall at the school.
Cranford Girl Scouts to host pancake breakfast
The Girl Scouts of Cranford will hold a community pancake breakfast on Saturday, March 15, from 8-11 a.m., at the
Cranford United Methodist Church (Randolph Hall on the corner of Walnut and Lincoln avenues). The cost is $5 per person; Children
under 4-years-old eat free.
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Troop 40551 donating toys for Toys for Tots
Troop 40551 donating toys for Toys for Tots at the firehouse. They were getting into the Christmas spirit at Fire Me Up
in downtown Cranford just prior to taking this pic. The girls were making ornaments and singing Christmas carols. But
the real spirit of Christmas is giving, so we concluded our activity with donating to those in need.
Senior Troop 40668 Shares Healthy Recipes
Are you looking for some healthy camping desserts and snacks to take on your next Girl Scout camping trip? Look no further!
Senior Troop 40668 has created a blog for you to find recipes. Visit
Girl Scout Cadette Troop 40334 Deliver Hand-Painted Banner
Members of Girl Scout Cadette Troop #40334, Samantha and Grace, deliver their hand-painted banner to the Cranford Public
Library hoping to encourage all Cranford students to be avid readers and apply for a library card. September is “Library
Card Sign-Up” month. This is one part of their on-going literacy project as they work toward their Silver Award.
Cadette Troop 40334 Collect Books for Bernice's Place
Members of Cranford’s Cadette Girl Scout Troop 40334 spent part of the summer helping Bernice’s Place, an
afterschool program for homeless children in Elizabeth as part of their Silver Award Projects.
Grace, Samantha, Katherine and Isabella (not pictured) collected books and school supplies for the center,
helped level hundreds of books, reorganized the library, and installed new bulletin boards for the center.
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