BROOKLYN TWP., SUSQUEHANNA CO. (WOLF) — There's good news for girl scouts in northeastern Pennsylvania.
The second oldest girl scout camp in the country, Camp Archbald will remain open for use.
Supporters of the camp says the Girl Scout Council finally made a decision to end the review process for the camp.
After two years of uncertainty and talks of selling the property, the century old camp will be able to invite campers back next summer and for years to come.
"September 12th will be our kickoff celebrating 100 years so we will be having celebrations merchandise sale all things both virtually and in person throughout the year," said Emily Loder, Marketing and Communications Chair of the camp.
Supporters of Camp Archbald says they'll continue to fundraise on behalf of the camp, as well as providing programming for girls virtually, for now, and in person when the time is right.