The Massapequa Association of the y planning to hold an an interfaith service event at in Seaford.
Kathleen Murphy, organizer of the event, described the event, which was originally scheduled for Sunday but is now being rescheduled, as a tribute to Girl Scout Week, with March 12 marking the day the organization started. The scouts are not holding the event to fulfill a requirement to obtain a badge, but the service honors the Girl Scout Promise to “try to serve God, according to Murphy.
Murphy has been involved with the Girl Scouts for 34 years, and remains extremely involved today. She believes the scouts will benefit from this event. “I hope that the girls gain a greater sense of camaraderie, belonging, insight into themselves and their faith, self-esteem and pride in being a Girl Scout,” she said.