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Three generations of Girl Scouts remember fun, life lessons

Joan Butler (standing in back) with her original Speigletown Troop 72 in 1958, which included five nieces. (Photo courtesy of Sara Young)
Joan Butler (standing in back) with her original Speigletown Troop 72 in 1958, which included five nieces. (Photo courtesy of Sara Young)
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Joan Butler came home from work one day to find a box of Girl Scout-related information on the steps of her apartment in Speigeltown. Apparently, the leader of her niece’s Brownie troop had quit, and because Butler had been a volunteer, she inherited the job of troop leader. That was 1958. Family legacy Butler, now 82, had no children of her own, but she had five nieces and she became the leader for their troops, ...

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