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Local Girl Scouts Marks First Century As A Piece Of Cake

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The Girl Scouts of America turned 100 years old on Monday, March 12 and the Santa Clarita Valley office joined in the celebration with refreshments and spirited fellowship.

At 7:12 p.m., the time when the first-ever Girl Scout meeting was held a century before, the party started at the Girl Scout local office on Soledad Canyon Road, complete with cakes made by various troops to commemorate the occasion.


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and a very special pinning ceremony was part of the celebration, as Katie Tarantini, who spent a good part of last Saturday volunteering at the SCV Food Pantry, earned her Bronze Award, the highest award a Junior Girl Scout can earn. She was pinned by Girl Scout official Robyn Ewing.

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