Girls Scouts Celebrate 100th Anniversary this Past Weekend
Mar 12, 2012 at 1:13 PM 0 Comments
March 12, 2012 -- On Saturday morning, Girl Scouts from Oregon and Southwest Washington gathered at Pioneer Square to celebrate 100 years as an organization.
The public was invited to make a Girl Scout passport and travel through activity booths representing every decade of Girl Scouting, be a part of the Northwest's Largest Friendship Circle, grab a box or two cookies, purchase 100th anniversary gear at the Girl Scout store and see great entertainment from the Radio Disney Road Crew and YouTube sensation Savannah Outen.
Firefighters from Portland were also on hand to commemorate this milestone with stickers, fire safety information, and a tour of an antique fire engine.
About Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington
Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington serves members throughout Oregon, and Clark and Skamania Counties in Washington. There are 40 service units that provide support to girls and adults in their geographic area. To learn about ways to get involved in activities and events, visit http://www.girlscoutsosw.org/girls/join.
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