Remember
me?

Scouts Start ‘Do It for Your Daughter’ Campaign

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in Front Page, News

Tagged: , ,

Caz Bielen, a professional filmmaker who helped Middletown Girl Scout 
Troop 1701 make a public service announcement urging moms to get a mammogram, poses with the Scouts and some of their mothers. In the front row, from left, are: mom Lynette Poznanski, Jacqueline Hennessy, Adriana Poznanski, Scout leader Dorianne Hennessy and mom Aida Lupo. In the back row, from left, are: 
Francesca Poznanski, Joyce Falotico, Michele Coyoti-Lupo and co-leader Jeannette Falotico. Missing are Morgan and Karin Fuerbacher.

Published on April 26, 2013 with 1 Comment

By Michele J. Kuhn

MIDDLETOWN – If you need to know the importance of getting a regular mammogram, just ask the girls of Junior Girl Scout Troop 1701.

The six 11-year-old Scouts have begun a campaign called Do It for Your Daughter, that includes a professionally filmed public service

We're sorry but you must be a Subscriber to see the Subscribers area or posts that are marked private. New Subscribers please Click Here current subscribers may log in by Clicking Here.

Share this Article

1 Comment

There are currently 1 Comment on Scouts Start ‘Do It for Your Daughter’ Campaign. Perhaps you would like to add one of your own?

  1. GOOD JOB GIRLSCOUTS!!! Your leader and girls are FABULOUS
    Can’t wait to see more!!! Where is that morgan girl?

Leave a Comment