OSSINING, N.Y. – The Ossining Girl Scouts scarecrows will be up through Sunday, Nov. 9. for the Scarecrow-A-Palooza, the first of what is planned to be an annual event by the Scouts.
Each scarecrow was crafted by an Ossining Girl Scout Troop to brighten up October and celebrate the season. There are more than 500 girls in the Ossining Girl Scout community — one of the largest Girl Scout communities in the seven-county Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson Council.
The scarecrows can be found the at the following locations: Corner of Cedar Lane and Route 9 - Troop 1209 Corner of N. Malcolm and Route 9 - Troop 2018 Corner of Aqueduct St. and Route 9 - Troop 2065 Corner of Broadway and Route 9 - Troop 1481 Main Street and Route 9 - Troop 1298 Corner of Washington and Route 9 - Troop 2045 Veterans Park - Troop 2229 and Troop 2042 Snowden Park - Troop 2294 Community Center - Troop 1292 Cedar Lane Park - Troop 2296 and Troop 2293 Wishnie Park - Troop 2238 and Troop 1293 Market Square - Troop 2226 and Troop 2233 Louis Engel Park - Troop 1300 and Troop 1301 Corner of Pleasantville Road and Underhill Road - Troop 2295
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