Girl Scouts Hosting West Coast's Largest 100th Anniversary Party in Pleasanton
Pleasanton Patch - almost 5 years
Girl Scouts of Northern California is celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Girl Scouting on May 5 by taking over the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton for the largest 100th Anniversary Girl Scout celebration on the West Coast.
The "One Hundred, Fun Hundred" event is the 3rd largest Girl Scout celebration in the country during the Girl Scouts’ centennial year.
It will be a full day of fun and adventure from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. showcasing the best of girl scouting now and then with 20,000 girls, families, volunteers, and alumnae.
Participants are heading to Pleasanton from all across California, 34 states, and 5 countries: Brazil, South Korea, Canada, China, and Spain.
There will be more than 300 unique activities, performances, and ceremonies, led by Girl Scouts and over 220 organizations, vendors and performers.
Highlights of the celebration include a special appearance by Disney Channel star Caroline Sunshine from TV’s Shake It Up at a special Radio Disn
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