Annual Report 2012 - page 8

Celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouting
Girl Scouts Go Greensburg
Five years after a tornado destroyed
the community, Greensburg was
back on its feet, with infrastructure
in place and a world-renowned
commitment to environmental
education and awareness. Girl
Scouts of Kansas Heartland found
this community the perfect place
to celebrate our 100-year history of
“making the world a better place.”
Approximately 1,145 Girl Scouts,
Alumni, volunteers, family, and friends
fromacross Kansas gathered together
Saturday, April 28, 2012 in Greensburg
for Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland’s
Premier 100th anniversary celebration
Girl Scouts Go Greensburg!
This epic event included fun and
educational activities provided by
community partners like The Bug Lady
and the Kansas Department of Wildlife
and Parks and Tourism, as well as Girl
Scout traditions like camping and
SWAPS, along with concerts for the
girls and their families.
Girl Scouts could be seen all over town
in the newly rebuilt “green” community,
helping to plant a community garden,
participating in indoor archery,
conducting a science experiment,
or getting their face painted at the
Go Green Block Party. Ceremonies
included a council-wide YoungWomen
of Distinction presentation and prize
drawings fromCabela’s. While live
music was heard throughout the day,
headlining performances included
Gooding, which was a hit with the older
girls, and Manika, a favorite of
the younger Girl Scouts.
Special guests included Kansas State
Senator TerriLois Gregory and Carissa
Kelley, Miss Kansas 2011.
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