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United Way funding affords more girls chance at scouting experience

November 26, 2012

Photo by Colin Deppen The John Weidenboerner House, or Proctor House, on North Michael Street in downtown St. Marys, has been the setting for activities and meetings of St. Marys area Girl Scouts since 1953.

Editor's Note: Throughout the next two months, the various community agencies that receive funding under the St. Marys Area United Way will be highlighted. The organization's fundraising campaign concludes on Dec. 15.
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"We're very fortunate to have a great United Way in this area. They do some remarkable things, so we're very lucky," said Lindie Gnan, manager, membership and community development for the Girl Scouts of Western Pennsylvania in discussing how funding from the St. Marys Area United Way benefits the St. Marys Area Girl Scout Neighborhood.

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