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Valley mother creates her own Jewish Girl Scout niche

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Posted: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 12:18 pm

There are two main reasons why Halle Farber became a Girl Scout troop leader: her daughter’s interest in becoming a Girl Scout and the need to form a troop that does programming through a Jewish lens.

“I proposed the idea of a Girl Scout troop when my daughter and her friends were about to graduate from Jewish preschool in order to keep the group together,” Farber said. “I didn’t know very much about the Girl Scouts or what the program entailed, but I quickly realized that I would have to step up as the troop leader if I wanted to get it off the ground.”

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