Brighton Girl Scouts celebrate Juliette Gordon Low’s Birthday
Submitted by GSCO Volunteer Support Specialist Rebecca Lipman
Girl Scouts in Brighton’s Harper’s Ferry Service Unit gathered to celebrate the birthday of Girl Scout Founder Juliette Gordon Low and Halloween. In addition to the regular Halloween fun of dressing up, the girls decided to honor Juliette’s legacy and birthday by creating birthday kits that were donated to a local food bank! Knowing that birthdays can often be a difficult time financially for families, the birthday kits can be given to families in need to help relieve this burden. The birthday kits contained all the supplies needed to make a birthday cake, as well as cards made and signed by the Girl Scouts.
The girls also celebrated Halloween by dressing up, learning the Thriller dance, and having fun with some spooky science!
To make your own birthday kit you will need the following ingredients:
Cake mix Icing Candles Disposable pan Single serving applesauce A gift bag it will all fit into
Happy Birthday Juliette Low!
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