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Girl Scouts celebrate World Thinking Day
Girl Scouts from Troop 2532 in Poth represent the country of India to celebrate World Thinking Day March 26.
To celebrate World Thinking Day, seven Girl Scouts from Troop 2532 in Poth represented the country of India at an event held March 26 in the cafeteria of Floresville Elementary School’s south campus.
The troop, made up of brownies and juniors, presented a poster of Indian facts, including information about the Bharat bulbuls, guides, and rangers, what Girl Scouts are called in India. The girls served naan, a traditional Indian flat bread, and taught other Scouts in attendance to play a game called Colours.
The girls made swaps in the shape of elephant heads to represent one of the most recognizable of India’s wildlife. They participated in a group swap with other girls from across Wilson County.
The troop won second place for presentation and second place for food and received a gift certificate from their service unit.
World Thinking Day is a special day celebrated by Girl Scouts around the world, in which they remember that they are part of an international movement. Thank you to all those who participated and helped make this event possible.
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