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Home » News » Girl Scouting Builds Character in the County as Brownie Scouts Beautify the Gettysburg Rec Park [Episode 39]

Girl Scouting Builds Character in the County as Brownie Scouts Beautify the Gettysburg Rec Park [Episode 39]

Second and third grade Girl Scout Brownies, working together under the leadership of Troop Leader Siri Phelps, began their project of beautifying the Gettysburg Rec Park with a focus on earth and animals last month.

The bird feeders the girls constructed out of recyclable bottles will be hung in the rec park in the spring, as the Brownies will also create a pollinator garden to develop bird and animal habitats.

Phelps

In this podcast Phelps discusses her role as a scout leader and the many ways that scouting contributes to building skills and character.

For more information about scouting, please visit the Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania Girl Scout council.

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Musical Introduction by Daddy Long Legs.

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