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A garden party theme Mother/Daughter Tea was held at the Knights of at the end April.  Approximately 40 area girls from Schroon Lake, Ticonderoga and Moriah attended this event with their mothers.

A garden party theme Mother/Daughter Tea was held at the Knights of at the end April. Approximately 40 area girls from Schroon Lake, Ticonderoga and Moriah attended this event with their mothers.

— The girls decided they want to take to the hills this winter by going snow tubing at Tubby Tubes. Approximately 12 area girls attended this event and had a great time. Those who attended this event are looking forward to attending again this coming year.

In April the area girls served a pancake breakfast at the Methodist Church. The Easter Bunny even made a special guest appearance during this event.

“This event was a huge success and is being planned again for this coming year,” Barber said. “A special thank you goes to our Easter Bunny, Greg Towne and to the Methodist Church for allowing us to host this event at their facility.”

A garden party theme Mother/Daughter Tea was held at the Knights of at the end April. Approximately 40 area girls from Schroon Lake, Ticonderoga and Moriah attended this event with their mothers.

“The area would like to thank Christa Cole and her troop 3465 to organizing this event and to the K of C for allowing us to host this event at their facility,” Barber said.

In May the area girls wrapped up their year with their annual end of the year celebration at the Schroon Lake Fish and Game Club. Throughout the year girls worked on the requirements for them to bridge to the next level. Bridging from Daisies to Brownies were Chloe Baker, Shelbie Rice and Rainee Vanderwarker. Bridging from Juniors to Cadettes were Frances Barry, Elena Doolan, Anna Hayes, Mykenzie Rich, Chelsea Budwick, Tamayra Arno and Danielle Chamberlain. Bridging from Seniors to Ambassadors were Sarah West, Tori Fleury, Victoria Sawyer, Rebecca Barber, Michaela Comes and Kaleigh Malaney.

“The Southern Essex County Girl Scouts would like to say a special thank you to the Schroon Lake Fish and Game Club for allowing us to host this event at their facility,” Barber said.

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