Kayley (10 years) & Karen (30+ years) Cassity
Four Valley Service Unit
Karen started as a Brownie the 1940s, and by the time she was in high school, she joined the Girl Scout Mariners in Kentucky. Her favorite Girl Scout camp as a child was Camp Cedarledge in Missouri, where it cost only $17 per week to attend. As an adult, Karen was a Girl Scout leader for her daughter’s troop in the 70s, and continues to volunteer for Girl Scouts of Utah by helping with “Making Games” Brownie badges at the Park City Museum and with various Four Valley Service Unit events.
Kayley has been providing an outstanding troop experience for girls, including her own daughter, as a troop leader. As the Four Valley Service Unit Manager, she is also an outstanding leader. Kayley is exceedingly welcoming to all troop leaders and is diligent in her efforts to keep them informed of service unit and council opportunities. Meetings and events go off without a hitch under her leadership.
This mother-daughter duo is keeping the Girl Scout tradition alive and well in the Park City area. Their continued support of Girl Scouts of Utah is an inspiration to others.