Girl Scouts in Bluewell Have Been Busy
Bluefield Daily Telegraph | June 6, 2016
Girl Scout Jessamy Farley, left, hands Bluewell Improvement Association President Skip Crane a donation of $200 for the hanging flower baskets throughout Bluewell along U.S. 52. These scouts saved aluminum cans and tabs for a year so they could help beautify their community.
BLUEFIELD — Skip Crane, president of the Bluewell Improvement Association, said the girls from four troops have planted flowers around town, sold cookies and saved aluminum and tabs for the Bluewell Hanging Flower Baskets.
““They also participated in the Mercer County ‘Make it Shine’ projects by helping clean up the town of Bramwell,” he said. “They also participated in the coat drive for Princeton, donated and helped with the food bank in Pocahontas, and participated in all area parades.
They also recently presented the association with a $200 donation for the hanging baskets project.
“Their main goal for the upcoming year is to assist the Bluewell Public Service District with the repainting of over 100 fire hydrants throughout the BPSD’s service area,” Crane said. “The Bluewell community feels extremely fortunate to have such motivated leaders and scouts.
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