Girl Scout father-daughter Hawaiian dance

Lauren Union, Megan Glancy

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The annual Carmel Valley Service Unit Girl Scout event was held March 30 at Horizon Christian Fellowship in Rancho Santa Fe. With a Hawaiian theme, the dance pairs hula hooped and danced the night away. The event was attended by over 175 dance pairs and represented over 35 troops. This special night was coordinated by Girl Scout Troop 1008. Troop members include Natalie Yahnke, Stephanie Johnson, Kara Schwenkmeyer, Lauren Bower, Lauren Hargis, Megan Glancy, Lauren Union, and Maddie Scott.

Photos: Jon Clark

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