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WEST HAVEN, March 16, 2021 — (Pictured): Mayor Nancy R. Rossi, back right, recognizes Girl Scouts of the West Haven Service Unit on the Green on Friday, March 12.
During the half-hour ceremony, Rossi, a former Girl Scout and troop leader, answered questions for 25 minutes before reading a mayoral proclamation declaring Girl Scout Day in West Haven.
The event was coordinated by Troop 60298 leader Carrie Malangone, Troop 60321 leaders Jessica Dittmar and Jeni Conroy, Troop 60351 leaders Katie Koontz and Kara Nieves, Troop 60642 leader Kristy Brouillard, Troop 67020 leader Kerry Kennedy, Troop 60330 leader Heather Buccheri, Treasurer Joann Lucas, Karen Nelson, the director of camp services for Girl Scouts of Connecticut, and Janeska Cardona, the member experience specialist for Girl Scouts of Connecticut.
The observance marked the 109th anniversary of Girl Scouts of the United States of America, a national organization founded in 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low in Savannah, Ga.
(City Photo/Kristen Teshoney)