Girl Scouts celebrate special day with seniors
The 101st birthday of Girl Scouts was celebrated in style at Atria Covell Gardens earlier this month with two things that go together perfectly: ice cream and Girl Scout cookies.
Seniors at Covell Gardens had invited area Girl Scouts to join them for an ice cream social in honor of the day Juliette Gordon Low officially registered the first Girl Scouts on March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Ga. Their timing was perfect, as local Scouts were selling Girl Scout cookies at the time and brought along boxes to share.
A number of Scouts also brought along musical instruments and the afternoon was filled with music and singing by Girl Scouts of all ages, as well as those happy to celebrate with them.
Violinists Amanda Berry, Megan Looney, Jillian Geist and Julia Thomson perform during an ice cream social at Atria Covell Gardens earlier this month. Covell Garden residents had invited the local Girl Scouts to celebrate the anniversary of Girl Scouts with an ice cream social, complete with music, singing and even Girl Scout cookies. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Atria Covell Gardens resident Diane Hardy, left, and Jillian Geist, seated beside her, sing songs during a Girl Scout celebration earlier this month. Seniors at Covell Gardens had invited local Girl Scouts to join them for an ice cream social in honor of the anniversary of Girl Scouts. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo