Daisy Girl Scouts Work To Keep Manhasset Clean


First grade Daisy Girl Scouts in Manhasset’s Troop 557 recently visited the Science Museum of Long Island to earn their “Responsible for What I Say and Do” petal. The girls explored the waterfront and learned how keeping the coast healthy and clean preserves wildlife and helps our underwater ecosystem thrive. They proudly collected two large bags of trash from the beach and promised to help keep our beautiful beaches and waterways litter-free. Well done, Daisies.

—Submitted by the Daisy Girl Scouts Troop 557

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