Shattuck, S. F., et. al (ed.) / A history of Neenah
Youth organizations, pp. 451-459 ff. PDF (2.8 MB)
YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS 459 144 Brownie, Intermediate and Senior Girl Scouts from the Twin Cities attended the Day Camp Winnecomac the first summer of its operation, under the direction of Miss Patricia Bodette, Field Direc- tor for the Council. On January 23, 1956 the Council voted to extend its jurisdiction to the counties of Outagamie, Shawano, including the entire Menomonie Indian Reservation, Waupaca, except the municipality of New Lon- don, Winnebago, the eastern half of Waushara county, and the town- ship of Harrison in Calumet county. Now, in 1956, with Mrs. R. B. Sawtell as President of the Fox River Area Council, and Mrs. Lloyd DuChaine as District Chairman of Girl Scouting in Neenah and Menasha, 747 Twin City girls in 52 troops under the guidance of 264 adults are enjoying a Girl Scout experience. Compiled by Miss Patricia Bodette
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