Girl Scouts unveil new mobile service center

The Girl Scouts of Connecticut held an official ribbon cutting on Saturday, Feb. 6 introducing its first ever Mobile Service Center.

“With the help of our Mobile Service Center, Girl Scouts of Connecticut will have even more the ability to reach and effectively serve our membership of 52,000 Girl Scouts and volunteers across the state,” said Mary Barneby, CEO of Girl Scouts of Connecticut.  

The ribbon cutting was attended by Girl Scout staff, volunteers, and Girl Scout Amelia from Hamden, who is featured on the customized van.

Girl Scout Amelia from Hamden is featured on the customized van.

Girl Scout Amelia from Hamden is featured on the customized van.

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