Girl Scout Leaders needed


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The Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey is looking for new members and parent volunteers to start local troops. Joining Girl Scouts as a leader or as a member can be the start of new adventures, learning exeperiences, and new friendships.

As a Girl Scout one can;

Make new friends.

Do fun crafts.

Do many activites one would not otherwise do.

Earn cool badges.

Run a cookie business.

Be a part of the community.

Give back to community.

Learn how to lead.

Girl Scout activities are geared toward nurturing the go-getter, the innovator, and leader in girls. Parents can help draw out a girls' independent and confident side, while enabling the girl to make new friends and have fun. Girl Scouts would like to form new troops throughout New Jersey and to that end, girls are needed to sign up, and parents need to step up to volunteer. No experience is needed: Girl Scouts will help parents and girls learn how to lead, every step of the way.

Contact Girl Scouts:

Call 973-248-8200 or write or visit any of the following offices;

Paramus Service Center

300 Forest Avenue

Paramus, NJ 07652

Paterson Resource Center

Center City Mall, 301 Main St.

Paterson, NJ 07505

Randolph Service Center

1579 Sussex Turnpike

Randolph, NJ 07869

Riverdale Service Center

95 Newark Pompton Turnpkie

Riverdale, NJ 07457



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