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Troop 1252 Gets a Hands-on History Lesson to Celebrate Arizona’s Birthday!

Posted: Mar 06, 2012

Daisy Troop 1252 sure felt lucky to have the rare opportunity to get to spend the 100th Birthday of Arizona in a classroom set back to 1912! There could not have been a better setting for these 1st Graders to learn about the differences between now and then.  Even better, they were featured in “The Peoria Historian” for their involvement that day!

Looks like fun, Ladies! Click on the link below the image for more pictures!

Girl Scouts Celebrate 100 years of Scouting and International Friendships

Posted: Mar 01, 2012

On Saturday, February 25, Girl Scouts experienced activities, food from around the world

Every year at the Girl Scouts’ World Thinking Day, Scouts celebrate that they are part of a global community, one of the nearly 150 countries with Girl Scouts and Girl Guides. Girl Scout troops host booths representing various countries, and share food, crafts, activities and the culture of the country with other Girl Scouts and community members to enjoy.

At this year’s event on Saturday, February 25 at Margaret T. Hance Park in Phoenix, there was no shortage of fun: With food, dancing, music, homemade jewelry and games from countries stretching around the globe—the girls were eager to share what they had learned.

Click below the image to read more and see pictures from the day!

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