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Roselle Girl Scouts Hold Annual Parent - Daughter Dinner

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ROSELLE, NJ - On Tuesday evening the Roselle Girl Scouts held their 33rd Annual Parent - Daughter Dinner in celebration of the 103rd Birthday of the Girl Scouts.

The event which took place at St. Joseph the Carpenter School, had a large turn out with special guests attending in support that included, State Assemblyman Jamel Holley, members of the Roselle Borough Council and Roselle School Board members.

The eight Troops under the supervision of Naima Ricks, the Service Unit Manager, dressed up in different themes for the event such as Grease, Mardi Gras, Graduation and more. The meal was a “Pot Luck” style dinner plus a full program of events to round out the evening.

The troop numbers in attendance were: 40323, 40592, 40521, 40717, 40545, 40601, 40043, 40049.
 

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