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EAST GREENWICH â€” Thereâ€™s a lot more to being a Girl Scout than selling cookies door to door.
And thereâ€™s a lot more going on for girls who think theyâ€™re too old for Scouting just because theyâ€™ve reached middle or high school age, says Kitty Opishinski, public relations coordinator for East Greenwich Girl Scouts.
As Girl Scouts of America celebrates its 100th anniversary this week, interest and numbers in East Greenwich, whose area also includes the Potowamut section of Warwick, remains strong, with 21 troops serving 250 girls ranging from Daisies (pre-kindergarten) through Brownies and Girl Scouts.
For more of the story, read all about it in the March 15 edition of The East Greenwich Pendulum.