Troop 5641 Visits Girl Scouts' Founder

Troop 5641 Visits Girl Scouts' Founder


(Front, from left): Lindsay Steinburg, Rachael Penaranda and Danielle Borneman. (Back row, from left): Jordan Kijewski, Gabrielle Baker, Megan O'Leary, Catey Susco, GS guide, Paige Ngo and Madelene Whitfield.

To celebrate their recent bridging to Cadettes, Girls Scouts from Troop 5641 in Chantilly and their moms traveled to Savannah, GA, to visit the home of Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts. The girls visited the Marine Science Center on Tybee Island and learned about marine life in coastal Georgia. They were inducted into the Girl Scout Militia at Fort Jackson. After touring throughout the city of Savannah, they visited the home of Juliette Gordon Low and took part in a special interest program there that taught them about fabrics and weaving. The girls had a lot of fun and created many memories to last a lifetime.