Tuesday, March 5, 2013
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Tuesday, March 5
Customers who visited the Main Office of The Savings Bank in Wakefield on a recent Saturday morning were able to purchase Girl Scout cookies thanks to the efforts of Woodville School Junior Girl Scout Troop 71457. The Bank hosted several local Girl Scout troops during the annual cookie drive.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Thursday is National Girl Scout Cookie Day and local Girl Scouts have already begun selling cookies. Better clear out some space in the freezer.
Brownie Troop 61016 from the Woodville School sold some of their cookies to customers at the Main Office of The Savings Bank in downtown Wakefield on a recent Saturday morning. Welcoming them to the Bank was Main Office Assistant Manager Ally Houghton, shown in the back row of this photo. Are you looking to pick up some Girl Scout cookies of your own? Other local troops will reportedly be selling them at The Saving Bank's main office, on Main Street in downtown Wakefield, on some upcoming Saturday mornings. Does your Wakefield Girl Scout troop plan to be selling cookies somewhere in town in the coming days? Share your info in the comments box below!
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Membership open to girls aged 5 through 17, registration starts 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.
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Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Wakefield Girl Scouts will hold their annual registration for new members on Wednesday, September 26, 2012, at the First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. A brief presentation about Girl Scouts will begin at 7:00 pm with registration to follow. Girl Scout membership is open to all girls, ages 5 through 17 or girls in kindergarten through high school. The annual registration fee if only $12 per girl or adult. New troops will be forming soon. Get in on the fun! For more information about Girl Scouts, how to register, or to explore volunteer possibilities, please contact Service Unit Coordinator Cheryl Dalton at 781-246-2531.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Jenn Sullivan's Girl Scout service project focuses on ensuring that house numbers are clearly displayed in case of an emergency.
When a police, fire or medical emergency comes up, losing even a few seconds can easily lead to catastrophe. And even something as seemingly minor as an unclearly marked house can cost first responders time. With this in mind, Wakefield Girl Scout Jenn Sullivan is working toward her Gold Award with a service project aiming to address this safety concern. The Gold Award is the highest honor a Girl Scout can reach. For her project, Sullivan assembled a team of about 20 volunteers earlier this summer who then drove through the West Side and Greenwood sections of Wakefield in search of houses that were missing address numbers or had them otherwise not clearly visible. If a home did meet this criteria, Jenn left a note from Fire Chief Michael …