Scouts shine like stars

The Rancho Santa Fe Unit of the Girl Scouts hosted a Hollywood-themed tea and volunteer awards ceremony at the Inn at Rancho Santa Fe’s Garden Room on March 22. Mothers, grandmothers and daughters of Girl Scouts celebrated in true Hollywood fashion.

Each guest walked down the red carpet and had their photo taken by professional photographers.

Nineteen awards were given for outstanding volunteering and mentoring of girls within Girl Scouts. A lifetime achievement award was given to Tibe Carter, a Girl Scout leader who passed away earlier this year. The program also included a children’s book donation drive to give to local low-income schools that have been hit by budget cuts.

Related posts:

  1. Ex-bookkeeper for Girl Scouts gets 30 days
  2. Volunteer pleads guilty to Girl Scouts embezzling
  3. Olivia Lenz embodies the principals of scouting
  4. Local woman faces embezzlement charges
  5. Volunteer gets jail sentence in Girl Scout theft

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