Oswego County Legislature Recognizes Girl Scouts

OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego County Legislature recognized the centennial of Girl Scouts of the USA at its March meeting.

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Oswego County Legislature Recognizes Girl Scouts

The organization began on March 12, 1912, by Juliette Gordon Low and continues to inspire scouts with the highest ideals of courage, confidence and character.

Millions of girls and young women develop skills and lessons that will serve them a lifetime through their experience with Girl Scouts.

Pictured from left are Legislator Amy Tresidder, District 16; Judy Prosser, Girl Scouts NYPENN Pathways board member; Clare Hook, junior troop #10461; Morgan Familo, cadette troop 10072; Katelyn Clary, senior troop #11027; and Judi Knowlton, Girl Scouts NYPENN Pathways senior community development manager.