‘Celebrate 100 Years of Girl Scouts’ at the Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge a huge success!

Thanks to all who came out to the Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge on March 24, 2012 for “Celebrate 100 Years of Girl Scouts.”

The event began with a ribbon-cutting for the new Girl Scouts exhibit inside the museum at 10 a.m., followed by the program in the gymnasium with speakers and the amazing tableaux. Next, attendees enjoyed lunch and activities in rooms throughout the museum.

Be sure to share your thoughts on the event with us! Below is a photo of the ribbon-cutting. Enjoy, and happy birthday Girl Scouts!

Girl Scouts Exhibit Ribbon Cutting. Left to Right: Mary Ann Damos, Executive Director, Children's Museum of Oak Ridge, Margaret Allard, Volunteer and Exhibit Designer, Children's Museum of Oak Ridge, Mayor Tom Beehan, City of Oak Ridge, Joyce Maienschein, whose donations made up a large part of the exhibit, and Booth Kammann, CEO of the Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians.

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