On March 12, 1912, Juliette Gordon Low gathered 18 girls in Savannah, GA, and set a worldwide girl-led leadership movement in motion. We have many events and activities around our state and around the nation. Whether you’re a current Girl Scout, or a future or former Girl Scouts, please join us as we celebrate our 100th Anniversary in 2012, “The Year of the Girl.”
|Celebrating 100 Years of Girl Scouting|
Ways to Celebrate – 100th Anniversary Events:
- February 25: 100 and Growing Strong in Parsons.
- February 25: Cocktails & Cookies – An Adult-only Fundraiser in Wichita
- March 10: 100 Years of Leadership Exhibit Opening Ceremony at Eisenhower Presidential Library in Abilene.
- March 10: Celebrating 100 Years Sing-a-long at Stiefel Theatre in Salina.
- March 10: 100th Celebration in Independence.
- March 12: Girl Scout 100th Birthday Party at Riverside Park in Iola.
- March 12: Girl Scout Birthday Celebration at the Courthouse in Great Bend.
- April 27-29: Girl Scouts Go Greensburg.
- September 28 – October 21: The Great State Fair of Texas Spectacular Girl Scout Centennial Celebration
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