Girl Scouts host World Thinking Day at DM Heights

Caroline Teague, Isabella DiToro, Grace Hughes, Maggie Watts (Troop 1835 Solana Highlands)

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Carmel Valley and Del Mar Girl Scouts participated in World Thinking Day March 15 at Del Mar Heights Elementary School. About 170 Girl Scouts were expected to attend the event. The Girl Scouts teamed up with the International Rescue Committee for the theme “Education opens doors for all girls and boys.” Refugees living in San Diego delivered the keynote address at the event.

Photos/ Jon Clark

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