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The Girl Scouts Their History and Pratice

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Author: Anonymous
Language: English
Wordcount: 3,383 / 17 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 57.4
LoC Category: HS
Downloads: 595
Added to site: 2009.08.27
mnybks.net#: 25111
Genre: Non-fiction
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nal Convention was held in 1915, and each succeeding year has shown a larger and more enthusiastic body of delegates and a public more and more interested in this steadily growing army of girls and young women who are learning in the happiest way to combine patriotism, outdoor activities of every kind, skill in every branch of domestic science and high standards of community service.

Every side of the girl's nature is brought out and developed by enthusiastic captains, who join in the games and various forms of training and encourage team work and fair play. For the instruction of the captains, national camps and training schools are being established all over the country; and the schools and churches everywhere are co-operating eagerly with this great recreational movement, which they realize adds something to the life of the growing girl that they have been unable to supply.

Colleges are offering fellowships in scouting as a serious course for would-be captains, and prominent citizens in every part of the country are identifying themselves with local councils in an advisory and helpful capacity. At the present writing, nearly 60,000 girls and more than 3,000 captains represent the original little troop in Savannah--surely a satisfying sight for our Founder and National President, when she realizes what a healthy sprig she has transplanted

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