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Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary Chattanooga Bridgefest a success!

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Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary Chattanooga Bridgefest a success!

Chattanooga, Tenn. – On Saturday, June 2, 2012, hundreds of Girl Scouts from the Southern Appalachians region celebrated the 100th Anniversary of Girl Scouting in downtown Chattanooga.
 
The event, Chattanooga Bridgefest, began with an Opening Ceremony in AT&T Field – Lookouts Stadium at 9 a.m. Next, at 10 a.m., hundreds of Girl Scouts and their families participated in a symbolic bridging ceremony across Walnut Street Bridge. Finally, the crowd enjoyed a party in Coolidge Park until 2 p.m.

See below for a gallery of photos from the day! 

For more information on the Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary and the Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians, visit www.GirlScoutcsa.org.

Media Contact:
Sarah Pope, Ackermann PR
(865) 584-0550
spope@ackermannpr.com 

Opening Ceremony in AT&T Field - Lookouts Stadium

 

Crowd at Opening Ceremony - AT&T Field - Lookouts Stadium

 

Chattanooga Lookouts Mascot Loouise poses with Girl Scouts

 

Chattanooga Lookouts mascot Loouise poses with Girl Scouts holding 100th Anniversary banner

 

Opening Ceremony emcee, News Channel 9's Sarah Jennings poses with Girl Scouts

 

 

 

Hundreds of Girl Scouts and their families participate in a symbolic bridging ceremony into the second century of Girl Scouting

 

Girl Scouts enjoy the festivities in Coolidge Park

 

Girl Scouts lead the dance to the 100th Anniversary song, "Ignite" by Melinda Caroll

 

A favorite activity of Girl Scouts - dancing!

 

More dancing in Coolidge Park

 

Zumba instructors lead a dance in Coolidge Park

 

Stiltwalker Carrie McQueen entertains Girl Scouts in Coolidge Park

 

Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians CEO Booth Kammann gives a little temporary cheek art to a Girl Scout

 

Limbo!

 

 

 

A troop takes a break in Coolidge Park

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