Girl Scout Service Unit 311 (Vestal) celebrate World Thinking Day

Girl Scouts celebrate World Thinking Day

Girl Scout Service Unit 311, Vestal, celebrated World Thinking Day on March 2. World Thinking Day is an annual event hosted by Girl Scouts across the country. Ordinarily, the event has a global theme - honoring sister scouts in other countries with a different focus each year on an internatioal issue such as starvation, environmental issues, etc. This year, SU 311 decided to take a different approach so that we could continue our celebration of 100 years of Girl Scouting. We kept our focus close to home and each troop learned about scouting in a different USA state. Seventeen troops participated with all
levels of Girl Scouting represented. Each troop created a display for the state and added either a game, food, and/or SWAPS (Special Whatchamacallits Affectionately Pinned Somewhere). Scouts visited each "state", got their
"passport" stamped, and participated in the activities at each booth. The scouts had a lot of fun!

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