Girl Scouts reach 100 years

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The Washington Post reports the Girls Scouts organization, founded 100 years ago in March, is planning a sing-a-long on the Mall this summer, which expects 200,000 participants. The worldwide Girl Scouts organization includes 10 million girls from 145 countries over the past 100 years.

According to Boston.com, the Girl Scouts of U.S.A. strive for education in young women, including progressiveness build on combining lessons in domestic know-how with outdoor adventure and technical skills, the aim is to teach girls that they can do anything.

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