Press ReleaseFor Immediate Release
July 7, 2009
Contact: Sarah Parillo, 202-237-1670, email@example.com
Washington Gas Teaches Girl Scouts How to Save on Energy
Oakton, VA-Girl Scouts team up with Washington Gas to offer the Washington Gas Air Quality patch program at Girl Scout Camp FUNShine. The community-based summer camp is part of the Girl Scouts' outreach to families with limited incomes. In addition to traditional summer camp fun, Girl Scouts lead demonstrations designed to show girls ways to protect the environment and reduce their energy consumption.
Vice President of Corporate Relations for Washington Gas, Roberta Sims will join Girl Scouts at Camp FUNShine for an experimental demonstration of how natural gas is produced in our environment.
Washington Gas Air Quality patch program fun, hands-on experiments.
Fizzy Gas Experiment - Girls will learn that there are many ways that natural gas is produced in our environment. In a hands-on experiment, girls will simulate the production of gas using balloons and baking soda.
WHERE: Girl Scout Camp Crowell, Oakton, VA
WHEN: Wednesday, July 8, 2009, 1:00 - 2:00pm
For more information on the Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital visit: http://www.gscnc.org/.
For more information on Washington Gas visit: http://www.washingtongas.com/