Four generations of Girl Scouts

Submitted by R. Vicki Scott

Metro Denver

Aurora

My granddaughter’s first Daisy gathering was earlier this month. We are so excited to have four generations of black women in Girl Scouts. We have covered it all:

  • Cookies and area cooking chair (Lola age 83)
  • Volunteer trainer and outdoor skills (Vicki age 59)
  • Marketing staff (Michelle age 35)
  • Our Daisy (Presley age 5)

I just want to shout it from the rooftops – we are all proud and super excited. She will have some of the same experiences we had: camping, horseback riding, ropes courses, team building, making friends – still with my bestie – supporting women’s rights, learning “Leave No Trace,” wider opportunities, parades, day camps, troop meetings, Pax Lodge, Our Cabana, and on and on…

I just wanted to share… Girl Scouts has made a major impression on us all, truly a part of who we have become. Thank you!

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