Girl Scouts of Cranford in the News
Girls Scouts of Cranford Hosts Fourth Annual Pinewood Derby
CRANFORD, NJ - The Girl Scouts of Cranford Cadette Troop 40444 of Hillside Avenue School hosted the fourth annual Pinewood Derby
Day Saturday Jan. 28. The race which was held at the Cranford United Methodist Church saw 184 participants, a record-breaking number.
Girl Scouts of Cranford Kick Off Holiday Season
Cranford Brownie Troop 40013 organized and hosted the Girl Scout Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadets, Seniors & Ambassadors of Cranford in decorating the Holiday Tree in Mayor’s Park, Friday Nov. 25.
Cranford Brownie Scouts Commit to Service from the Heart
Newly formed Walnut Avenue School Brownie Troop 40772 has set out to give back to the community.
At its first meeting the girls chose the troop's crest. The meaning of the crest is based on what is most important to them
and what they want their troop to stand for. Without seeing the image beforehand the girls chose the unicorn because it is
important for them to have the courage to spread beauty with words and actions.
Cranford Girl Scout Troops visit the Dominican Republic
On June 27 several girl scout troops departed for the Dominican Republic where they we had an amazing opportunity to work with the Mariposa Foundation.
Cranford Girl Scouts awarded the Gold Award
On the evening of May 25th, The Girl Scouts of Cranford presented the national organization's most prestigious honor – the Gold Award –
to four young women of Cranford, NJ. The Gold Award recipients - Claire, Candice, Kacey and Caroline - were honored at a recognition
dinner at Cranford's Social Club.
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