MADISON, NJ -  'Girl Scout Day' is Thursday, March 12, proclaimed Madison Mayor Robert H. Conley at this week's Council Meeting.

Mayor Conley called the girl scouts and leaders before the board and praised the organization for their service to the community. Mayor Conley proudly stated that "the Madison-Harding service unit has 44 troops in kindergarten through 12th grade and consists of 527 girls and 90 leaders

 According to the proclamation, first-ever girl scout troop meeting was in Savannah Georgia with 18 girl members. The Girl Scouts have now grown to over 3 million members, read Mayor Conley.

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"March 12 is also known as the birthday of Girls Scout", Mayor Conley continued. "We extend thanks and appreciation to the girl scouts for their service towards our community".


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