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Girl Scouting celebrates its centennial this month. Doris Boswell got involved with the group in Harrisburg in the 1930s, rising to its highest rank. As part of our Beyond the Bio series, witf's Craig Layne talks with Boswell, who is 91, about her work with the group that included founding a new troop of scouts and mentoring generations of girls.
Below is video a of Doris Boswell's vintage Girl Scout uniform.
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