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100-year Anniversary Girl Scout Float

Posted on 31 December 2011 by ScoutingNewsStaff

On Monday while you watch the Rose Parade be on the lookout for the Girl Scout’s Float. The Girl Scouts have a float each year in the Rose Parade, but this year the float is a little more special. 2012 marks the Girl Scouts of USA’s 100th Anniversary. Local Girl Scouts helped decorate the float with flower pedals and coconut. The entire float must be covered with natural materials. 14 Girl Scouts from the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles, Girl Scouts of the USA‘s CEO Anna Maria Ch├ívez, and alumni will be riding on the float.

If you would like to dedicate a flower on the float for $5 please visit the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles’ float page.

Source: Girl Scout’s Blog, Moorpark Patch

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