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Westborough Girl Scouts recognize community partners

(l to r) At a recent ceremony, Marilyn Lyle, Westborough Girl Scouts recognitions chair, recognized Pam Jernberg from E.L. Harvey and Sons, and Maureen Ambrosino, director of the Westborough Public Library, for their participation with the Girl Scouts. (Photo/submitted)

(l to r) At a recent ceremony, Marilyn Lyle, Westborough Girl Scouts recognitions chair, recognized Pam Jernberg from E.L. Harvey and Sons, and Maureen Ambrosino, director of the Westborough Public Library, for their participation with the Girl Scouts. (Photo/submitted)

Westborough – The Westborough Girl Scouts recently recognized community partners Pam Jernberg, representing E.L. Harvey and Sons, and Maureen Ambrosino, director of the Westborough Public Library.

E.L. Harvey and Sons was recognized for its longtime participation in allowing girls to sell cookies at booth sales on their site. In addition, the company has worked with the Girl Scouts on environmental topics and issues.

Maureen Ambrosino was recognized for her work with the troops.?She initiated an overnight adventure for younger Scouts at the library, where they can perform community service, have a scavenger hunt, and watch a movie.

Westborough Girl Scouts has 27 troops in grades kindergarten to 12th grade. For information, contact westboroughgirlscouts@gmail.com or call 508-870-1895. Westborough Girl Scouts is a member of Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts.

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