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Campfire Ashes Tradition It is a long-standing Girl Scout tradition that after a night of campfire fun, in addition to taking home happy memories, each girl is to collect ashes from our campfire. Then at her next campfire, she is to share her special memories as the ashes are sprinkled into the new flames. Again, the next morning, she is to collect ashes and more happy memories to be shared again at her next campfire. Thank you for sharing this tradition.

Campfire Ashes Tradition It is a long-standing Girl Scout tradition that after…

Panning for GOLD! spray paint rocks gold poke holes in a pie plate fill a kiddie pool with dirty water and "gold" and let kids pan for gold.

restlessrisa: Cowboy Birthday Party Perparation {Part 2 - Panning for GOLD!} Great for discussion on California Gold Rush. Let them pan for gold in the sandbox.

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Jeannette Rankin - A Voice For Peace In Three Wars. She was a trailblazer in women's rights, social service, political reform, and a voice for peace.

Jeanette Rankin ~ Jeannette Pickering Rankin June 11, 1880 in Missoula County, Montana, US. Died May 18, 1973 (aged 92) in Carmel, California, US. First woman elected to the United States Congress, in 1916 and again in 1940, from the state of Montana.[2] After winning her House seat in 1916 she said, "I may be the first woman member of Congress but I won’t be the last."

Jeanette Rankin of Montana in She was the woman elected to National office (House of Representatives) on Nov ie 100 years before Hillary Clinton might become the woman President.

"There can be no compromise with war; it cannot be reformed or controlled; cannot be disciplined into decency or codified into common sense; for war is the slaughter of human beings, temporarily regarded as enemies, on as large a scale as possible." - Jeanette Rankin (First Female Member of US Congress -- only Member of Congress to vote against American Involvement in WWI and WWII)

"There can be no compromise with war; it cannot be reformed or controlled; cannot be disciplined into decency or codified into common sense; for war is the slaughter of human beings, temporarily regarded as enemies, on as large a scale as possible." - Jeanette Rankin (First Female Member of US Congress -- only Member of Congress to vote against American Involvement in WWI and WWII)

Girl Scout Juniors, Jeannette Rankin, Strong Women, Girl Scouts, March