Press Release for 100th Library Displays

Update 5/20/20: Library displays have been postponed to 2021. New schedule of displays will be available next year.

Find yourself in a library all the time, or decided you haven’t been in a long time and need to go? Now is the perfect time to head to your local library to check out SoCA’s 100th anniversary display of Camp Archbald memorabilia. Rotating all over NEPA until November 1st, 2020, the display showcases old photographs, camp guides, gear, post cards and more! The oldest item dates back to 1930! See below for the list of libraries and when they will be hosting the display. Send us a picture at of you visiting the display! Check out our official press release here for more information.

March: Pike County Public Library – Milford
April: Tunkhannock Public Library – Tunkhannock
May: Abington Community Library – Clarks Summit
June: Susquehanna County Library – Montrose
July: Albright Memorial Library – Scranton
August: Taylor Public Library – Taylor
September 12th: S’more Fun at Camp Archbald (registration needed to attend the event, sign up at
October: Carbondale Public Library – Carbondale

Press Release for 100th Anniversary

Camp Archbald will be celebrating 100 years of operation this year, the 2nd oldest Girl Scout camp in the United States. SoCA, in conjunction with Girl Scouts in the Hearts of PA and other local sponsors will be hosting activities for current Girl Scouts, adults and community members. Check out our press release here for some activities and information. All current anniversary events are listed on our page at 

Glimmer of hope seen for Camp Archbald

Source: Wyoming County Examiner

Article published by the Wyoming County Examiner, published on March 7, 2018.

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Nikki Morristell was elected president of the group, Supporters of Camp Archbald.

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STAFF PHOTO/ C.J. MARSHALL Members of the Supporters for Camp Archbald discuss ways to prevent the Girl Scout camp from being downsized. From left is Debbie Sweppenheiser, Daneece Jones, Jamie Puchalski, Olivia Bernardi, and Laura O’Malley.


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