FARMINGDALE, NJ – Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore, serving almost 11,000 members in Monmouth and Ocean Counties, recognized 131 local Girl Scout Ambassadors who are graduating from high school during the 2021-2022 member year. Ambassadors are Girl Scouts who are in the 11th and 12th grade.

On Wednesday, May 18th our Program Activity Center welcomed 48 girls and 128 of their family and friends as they were recognized and honored for their growth, shared their plans for the future, and received a bridging to adult pin.

“Our graduating Ambassadors embrace everything they’ve learned through Girl Scouting, honor how they are forever part of our Movement, and enter the world as true leaders. We’re so proud of these courageous and confident Girl Scouts whose character and leadership skills will continue to make the world a better place,” said Heather Coburn, Interim CEO.

Keynote speaker Amy Musselman, a Gold Award Girl Scout and recent James Madison University Graduate, shared her Girl Scout experience and encouraged girls to continue their passion for the mission and to become volunteers who give their time and inspire Girl Scouts to become leaders. Amy told her fellow Girl Scout sisters, “You are and will always be a Girl Scout.”

About Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore
Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore serves over 10,800 girls ages 5-18 in Monmouth and Ocean counties, providing a time-tested leadership experience that inspires and motivates them to take action for themselves and their communities. For over 110 years, Girl Scouts has helped girls become women of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. For information on how to join, volunteer, partner or donate, visit www.GSFun.org or call (800) 785-2090.


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