TICONDEROGA - Girl Scouts will host two registration nights in September.
The first registration is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 15, from 6 - 7 p.m. in the cafeteria of the Ticonderoga Elementary School. The second one is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 22, from 6 - 7:00 p.m. in the elementary school cafeteria.
If anyone is interested in registering their daughter in Girl Scouts and cannot make either of these registration nights, call Debbie Barber, service unit manager, at 585-6876 or Corinna Woods, membership organizer, at 585-7895.
"The Ticonderoga Girl Scouts would like to take this opportunity to thank the community for their support for the 2008-09," Barber said. "Without the community's support the area girls would not have been able to participate in a number of unit events scheduled through out the year. These events were opened up to the Schroon Lake and Moriah Girl Scouts.
"By opening these events up to the girls in the surrounding communities it provided yet another opportunity for our girls to make and meet new friends, as well as, providing the girls with other opportunities," she added. "We are looking forward to this continued collaboration as we begin to plan our 2009-2010 events.
Barber noted the contributions of International Paper Company for their monetary donation, the United Methodist Church for allowing use of its fellowship hall for events, the Ticonderoga Fire Department and Betty Mason for use of its banquet hall for the favorite fella dance, Marc Potter for being DJ, Stewarts for its monetary donation, Adirondack Lanes for allowing scouts to host a bowling event, Roxie's Hair Salon for its donation of a gift card, Mary Cunningham for providing training for First Aid and CRP to the unit leaders, Robert Porter and the Wind Chill Factory for providing ice cream and toppings for the ice cream social, Gretchen Boardman for her monetary donation to the Daisy troop, Ticonderoga Central School District for allowing leaders meetings and troop meetings at its facility, Ti Pi for tits donation of pizza for the favorite fella dance, Ray and Wendy Burroughs for their time as Santa and Mrs. Claus and to the Times of Ti for its support.
"If we have forgotten anyone, please accept our apologies and thanks," Barber said.
Girl Scouts are always looking for adult volunteers. People interested in becoming an adult volunteer or who would like more information on becoming a volunteer should contact Barber at 585-6876.
"Once again, thank you for your support and generosity," Barber said. "Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York builds girls of courage, confidence and character."