Girl Scouts 100th birthday celebrated at Town Hall
The 100th birthday of Girl Scouts of America was celebrated at Cutler Bay Town Hall on Wednesday, Mar. 21, with an afternoon reception hosted by Councilmember Sue Ellen Loyzelle and with a proclamation presented to local Girl Scouts during the town council meeting that evening.
Loyzelle, who had been a Girl Scout, wore a jacket decorated with the many merit badges she earned during her years in Scouting.
“It turned out very well,” Loyzelle said. “I was excited about the attendance, with more than 65 people there. It was nice to talk to the girls and hear about what they’re doing, how excited they are to be Girl Scouts. I was surprised they were excited about the jacket I was wearing, and I told them they should start their own jackets.”