Girl Scouts celebrate 100th anniversary

Ellyna Bocanegra, Molly Gaines, Caitlin Hobath

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Local Girl Scouts participated in a 100-year Anniversary Girl Scouts Party on March 11 at the St. James Parish Hall in Solana Beach. The service unit includes more than 200 girls from Daisies to Juniors. Photos: Rob McKenzie

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