Daisy troop 65057 had their monthly meeting at the South Plainfield Volunteer Fire Dept on August 13, 2014. The troop earned their "Courage & Bravery" petal. The South Plainfield Fire Dept, Rescue Squad, and Police Dept taught the girls about their duties and responsibilities. They learned the importance of safety. The Daisy Troop wanted to give a special thanks to Officer Glowacki, Officer Bullock & K9 Blitz, Firefighters Kolenski, Hogan, Abruzzzese, EMT Schurr & Yon.
Daisy Troop 65067 Earns Their “Courage & Bravery” Petal
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By TAPINTO SOMERVILLE STAFFOctober 20, 2016
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