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The Girl Scouts are Coming to St. John

Nov. 24, 2004 — A meeting of all persons 18 years and older interested in the revitalization of the Girl Scouts on the Island of St. John will be held at the Fish Trap Restaurant on Monday, Nov 29, 2004, from 5:30 until 6:30.
Jacqueline Dennis, President of the Girl Scout Council of the Virgin Islands, along with board members Lonnie Willis and Julien Harley, will be present to address members of the community on the new and exciting programs for girls ages 4 to 17. Registration forms will be available at the meeting for new sponsors, leaders and mentors to sign up.
For more information, please call the Girl Scout Council Office at 774-1054 or Lonnie Willis at 693-8590.

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