The Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital and Girl Scouts of the USA plan to celebrate our 100th anniversary in true Girl Scout fashion: with song. Join us as we celebrate our centennial at Girl Scouts Rock the Mall: 100th Anniversary Sing-Along on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., Saturday, June 9.
Since the Girl Scout Movement was founded in 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low, we have lifted our voices in song to celebrate friendship and express our commitment to girls' leadership. The Girl Scouts has a long tradition of holding sing-alongs on the National Mall, having assembled there for our 85th, 90th, and 95th anniversaries.
On these occasions, more than 250,000 Girl Scouts have lined the National Mall and sung some of our favorite Girl Scout songs, enjoyed the special music, and joined together to celebrate the strength of the Girl Scout Movement. We hope you will become a part of this resounding tradition.
Details for registration and hotel accommodations are coming soon. In the meantime, please spread the word about our upcoming centennial event. The Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital has already started—by holding a flash-mob dance in the main hall of Union Station in Washington, D.C. to announce the date of the sing-along next June and by holding a press conference, which you can check out here (press conference).
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We look forward to seeing you there!