Community 'magic' helps revive Saratoga County Girl Scout's stolen project

July 11, 2019 07:12 PM

Do you believe in fairies? A local Girl Scout believes her project to create a "fairy trail" at a nature park in Saratoga County could have provided a magical experience for area families. That is until it vanished.

Emily Strife is 14 years old. Not long ago, she and a fellow Clifton Park Girl Scout worked with the town to create a "Fairy Trail" at Hayes Nature Park off Moe Road for their Silver Award project. It included fairy houses, gnomes, and other magical items dotting the trail for families to discover.

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June 29 was opening day. However, all but two of those houses disappeared.

Mom made the discovery on Wednesday, and shared her frustration on Facebook.

Already, almost magically - new fairy houses are starting to appear - proving - there really is magic at work in the woods.


Jerry Gretzinger

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