GIRL SCOUTS

2012-06-10T00:20:00Z 2012-06-12T14:13:34Z GIRL SCOUTSStaff report Santa Maria Times
June 10, 2012 12:20 am  • 

Girl Scouts from across the Central Coast gathered today at the Santa Maria Town Center mall along with a slew of community organizations for "Discover your Community," an event to raise awareness about Girl Scouts and provide an opportunity for the organizations to demonstrate what part of the Girl Scout Law they represent.

The Santa Maria Valley YMCA, Marian Regional Medical Center and Hancock College are among organizations that had booths at the event, and Girl Scouts and members of the community participated in a scavenger hunt throughout the mall.

The booths engaged girls and families with information, an activity, game or craft, and brought the community together, said Angelica Guerrero, regional director of membership for Girl Scouts California Central Coast.

–Staff report

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