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Father/Daughter Girl Scout Luau March 21, 2009

Posted by Laura in Family, Scouts.
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I think we’ve neglected to mention that Rachel has been active in Girl Scouts from the moment she was eligible, just like Benjamin was with Cub Scouts.  Last year, she was a Daisy and this year she has moved up to be a Brownie.  Even though she is the only girl in her troop not in the local elementary school, her leader says she fits in beautifully and she has so many friends that you’d never guess they haven’t known each other for years.

Girl Scouts is very different than Cub/Boy Scouts (at least here).  A parent has always been required to participate in all things the boys do, but parents are really discouraged to hang around the girls.  That makes the things the girls work on very hard to photograph.  Tonight though, I had a good opportunity.  It’s the annual Father/Daughter Dance with a Hawaiian theme.  Here is the lovely couple before they left for their date.

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You can’t quite see it, but we put a matching pink flower in Rachel’s hair.

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1. Dreamer - March 23, 2009

What a beautiful couple! I was just telling “Daddy” over the weekend that he should take Hannah on a date.

2. Grams - March 30, 2009

What a pretty young lady and a handsome Dad!

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