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Troop 2568 - About to serve dinner!
Photographer: Therese Howe
Members of multilevel Troop 2568, SU 51-7, recently prepared and served dinner to families participating in Fairfax County's Nurturing Parent Program at the Southgate Community Center in Reston. The girls made and decorated cakes, served dinner and drinks for the families, then cleaned up.
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The families and program officials thanked the girls afterward with a round of applause and candy bars; in turn the girls sang The Brownie Smile Song and Make New Friends for the families.
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Troop 2568 - Preparing dinner for families participating in the Fairfax County's Nuturing Parent Program- Photographer: Therese Howe
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