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San Augustin weekend

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These Girl Scouts traveled back in time and discovered how young ladies lived in 18th century St. Augustine. Imagine being among Florida's first tourists in a fashionable boarding house (known today as hotels); before any modern luxuries 150 years ago (1845-1860). The girls reenacted the time period in this program sponsored by The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in The State of Florida.

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Honoring our women

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More than 600 local business and community leaders recently paid tribute to six women whose professional achievements and civic contributions have made lasting improvements North Florida and beyond. Girl Scouts of Gateway Council honored Adrienne Conrad, Joyce Kramzer, Mary O’Connor, M.D., Donna Orender, Rebecca Steele and Susan Wilkinson at the 2015 Women of Distinction event, March 11, 2015, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. See all our photos.

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Girl Scouts venture back in time

28 Mar 2015

These Girl Scouts traveled back in time and discovered how young ladies lived in 18th century St. Augustine.

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Girl Scouts celebrate 103 years

12 Mar 2015

Girl Scouts celebrated their birthday with dancing, a science experience from MOSH, a birthday cake and a friendship circle.

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Girl Scouts take aim

19 Jan 2015

Girl Scouts helps girls explore their world, introducing them to new experiences, places and activities. Girl Scouts from the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind experienced a couple of “firsts” in early January when they went camping and and received archery instruction at Camp Kateri.