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Not daunted by the weather, Scarsdale Pack 440’s Wolf Den (second graders) made it out to Chase Park Sunday, Feb. 21, to make snowmen and build snow sculptures. Pictured bottom row, Charlie Rosenthal, Lagdaf Mulinge, Matteus Grudin, Teddy Eisenberg, Dillon Vira, Kiran Vira; top row, Jason Ei…

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Evie Schiff, a seventh grader at Scarsdale Middle School, was among several older Girl Scouts who led workshops for younger scouts as part of Scarsdale-Edgemont Girl Scouts' annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.

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Members of Edgemont’s Girl Scout Troop 1954 packed 67 boxes of food for the Salvation Army of White Plains for its holiday food distribution for needy families Friday, Dec. 11. The participants were Anya Dalal, Tess Morris, Madi Darviche, Ruby Lee Kaufman, Hayley West and Naomi Jeske. Not pi…

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The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest leadership award a Girl Scout can earn. After completing prerequisite steps, high school Girl Scouts design and carry out a service project that leaves a lasting mark on their community and includes at least 80 hours of work. They raise all funds need…

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No one seemed at a loss for words at the Scarsdale Cub Scouts Pack 440 Scrabble Tournament on Feb. 9 at Hitchcock Presbyterian Church. The event was held to raise funds to support pack activities for elementary school boys and girls and their families. While a new event for the pack, it mana…

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Scarsdale and Edgemont Girl Scouts participated in the annual Day of Service event on Jan. 20  in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Older scouts planned and led kindergartners through fifth-graders in project-making which helped veterans, seniors, adults, children and animals in need.

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Kristin Schwenk, a leader for Scarsdale Edgemont Girl Scout troop 2619, organized the SEGS mitten drive this year. This Girl Scout community service event brings around 200 warm weather items to people of all ages for communities in need surrounding Scarsdale. Pictured is Kristin’s third gra…

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Scarsdale Cub Scout Pack 440 assembled at Hitchcock Church Dec. 7 to make cookies in a jar to be sold by students at Blind Brook High School. The raised funds went to the Pediatric Cancer Foundation and to St. Pius X's youth group to benefit Midnight Run, a volunteer organization dedicated t…

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Girl Scout troops baked more than 2,000 cookies and brownies that were then packaged by Heathcote third-grade troop 2146 for delivery. Hundreds volunteered to deliver the packages to more than 350 veterans in Scarsdale and Edgemont. Pictured from left, Alyssa Lin, Anya Lin, Trinity Lulgjuraj…

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After the Boy Scouts of America announced it would welcome girls starting in 2018, one Scarsdale girl stepped forward to join the Cub Scouts.