92-Year-Old Scout Helps Girls Earn Badge

More than 30 local Girl Scouts from troops 20511, 20515, 20139 and independent Juliettes gathered at St. David’s in-the-Pines Episcopal Church in Wellington on Oct. 30 to earn their Girl Scout Ways Legacy badge. The girls met with 92-year-old “retired” Girl Scout Doris Kamp to share camping stories, traditions and songs from her experiences that began in the 1930s. Kamp explained how scouting influenced her life. Guests also celebrated Girls Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low’s Oct. 31 birthday with a cupcake social. Kamp and her daughter now live in Palm Beach Gardens. Shown here is Kamp, her daughter Donna Engelhardt and friend Edna Farrar surrounded by local Girl Scouts.