Mar 10, 2012 10:20 PM by Christina Jensen, KSBY News
Local girl scouts came together today to celebrate one hundred years of teaching women to be leaders. 500 girl scouts in Santa Maria filled Pioneer Park for the 100th anniversary of Girl Scout America. The organization brought back some old badges for the girls to earn with fun activities. Guest speakers came to the event today to teach them about aviation and different languages. Some girl scout leaders said that over the past 100 years that value of raising strong women has stayed the same. But, the kind of fields they prepare girls for is expanding.
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