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Were you a Girl Scout?

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 | Posted by | 2 responses

By Nina Laramore /Towns Correspondent

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts, the Girls Scouts of Northern California is reaching out to invite all alumnae to a celebratory luncheon on Saturday, March 10 at noon.

The Girl Scouts wants to reconnect with all former members. The Girl Scouts Alumnae Northern California North Coast Chapter is a group of men and women of all ages. The location of their scouting experience is varied and has no relationship to membership.They would like to find all former scouts who are now in the North Coast area.

The invitation reads, “Attire: Business Casual or Girl Scout uniform of any era!”

The buffet will be held at the Windsor Golf Course’s Charlie’s Grill, 1390 Hole Drive. Sign-up for the luncheon has been extended until Friday and should be made by contacting Leslie Stuart at LaStuart@Gmail.com. The $25 luncheon price may be paid at the event.

Those who are unable to attend the luncheon are encouraged to connect with the Alumnae Association at GSAlumniNorCalNCC.org.

2 Comments for “Were you a Girl Scout?”

  1. I was a GS for 13 years, from age 6 – 19, and went to summer camp every year after age 9. My mom was either Troop Leader or Cookie Chairwoman, and she edited our local GS newsletter. I can still remember the smell of cookie boxes stacked up in our living room. This was back in the day wen GS went door-to-door to sell cookies. When I turned 19, my mom and I traveled to London and stayed at the GS House there. It was great.

  2. I was for 2 meetings back in the mid 60′s. There was no leader…troop no longer so I became a Camp Fire girl and had the time of my life. They sold candy instead of cookies and I even went to camp.
    I still buy GS cookies though.

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