Girl Scouts to celebrate 100th anniversary with awards night
Ramona Girl Scouts will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts and honor Scouts who have earned awards at the fifth annual Court of Awards hosted by Sunrise Valley Girl Scout Service Unit on Friday, May 18, at 7 p.m.
The program will be in the Ramona Library Community Room, 1275 Main St.
“This is a very nice program where we will recognize a girl who earned the Gold Award, a girl who earned the Silver Award, and nine girls who earned the Bronze Award,” said Karen Wallace with Ramona Girl Scouts. “We will acknowledge the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts.”
All of the Girl Scout troops in Ramona, Julian, and Warner Springs have been invited to participate in the program. Each of the troops has the opportunity to share with the audience all they have done this year.
“We anticipate that between nine and 12 troops will attend this ceremony,” said Wallace, adding, “Girl Scout volunteers will be recognized and thanked.”
The program will last about one hour. About 200 Girl Scouts, leaders, and family members are expected to attend.
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