Hamilton Township Mayor Jeff Martin, Senator Linda Greenstein, and Mercer County Commissioner Nina Melker were present to welcome Girl Scouts of Central and Southern Jersey’s Experience Center with a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony last week.
Located in the Briarwood Shopping Center at 2450 Kuser Road, The Girl Scout Experience Center is designed to enable Girl Scouts of all ages to unleash their creativity and develop new skills. Equipped with the latest tools, such as Maker Stations, girls and volunteers alike can create everything from t-shirts to engraved leather. There's also a Grow Station developed in response to Girl Scouts' requests; it enables them to complete badge work related to gardening or sustainability projects.
"The Girl Scout Experience Center embodies our reimagining what constitutes useable troop spaces, giving young girl’s essential life experiences through exploration and building self-confidence," said Ginny Hill, CEO.
“We are thrilled to be welcoming the Girls Scout Experience Center to the Township,” said Mayor Jeff Martin. "The center embodies our shared purpose of serving the people of Hamilton and investing in our future leaders," continued Mayor Martin.
Backed by over 10,000 trusted adult volunteers, mentors, and alums, more than 18,000 Girl Scouts in Central and Southern New Jersey lead the way as they find their voices and make changes that affect the issues most important to them. To learn more about Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey, visit www.gscsnj.org.
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