Happy 100th Birthday Girl Scouts

March 12, 2012|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

Happy 100th Birthday, Girl Scouts of America. Founder Juliette Gordon Low organized the first Girl Scout Troop on March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Ga. Today, scouts can earn a senior cook's Locavore badge.

The Girl Scouts of Central Maryland (GSCM) celebrate 100 years of women’s leadership at the sixth annual Women’s Leadership Forum Monday night at the GSCM Seton Urban Program & STEM Center, located, 4806 Seton Drive between 5:45 p.m and 8:15 p.m.  A special one-woman show, "Women: Back to the Future, will be presented by acclaimed performer, Kate Campbell-Stevenson."

The event is open to the public; admission, which includes the performance, is $25 for adults; girls ages 14 and up are asked to bring two non-perishable items for Girl Scouts’ annual Harvest for the Hungry campaign.   For tickets contact Maria (Johnson) Darby, Vice President, Advancement, mjohnson@gscm.org or 410-358-9711, ext. 247. 

There will be cake.

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