Hilary Robertson / 14 October, 2017


By Lisa Riley Roche

TAYLORSVILLE — The Girl Scouts sorting fruit and other food items at a community food pantry Saturday had plenty to say about the recent announcement that the Boy Scouts of America will now admit girls.

“It kind of frustrates me a little bit,” said Kylie Peasley, 15, who joined other Kearns Troop 778 members at the “Building a Better Utah” service project at the Taylorsville Food Pantry, 4775 Plymouth View Drive.

 Kylie said some of her friends are interested in joining the Boy Scouts to earn the rank of Eagle Scout, even though the Girl Scouts offer a similar recognition…Read More