Last night was our last in Chicago and I’m so sad that the Girls World Forum is over. By the time you read this, I’ll be flying home. I had so much fun this week—it was unbelievable. For the discussion sessions, we were split up into patrols of eight to ten girls each. We were able to have very deep, insightful conversations.
In light of Girl Scouts’ 100th anniversary, we thought we’d share Janet Stutz’s Girl Scout story, which started in 1920. Mrs. Stutz wrote out her story and sent it in to the council in 2005. We hope you enjoy this look back at some local Girl Scout history!
C-A-M-P Song! (In the style of Y-M-C-A)
Girl Scouts, there's no need to feel down.
I said, Girl Scouts, pick yourself off the ground.
I said, Girl Scouts, 'cause you're in a new town
There's no need to be unhappy.
Girl Scouts, there's a place you can go...