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G.I.R.L. power: QuestFest helps area Girl Scouts develop skills
Sixth grader Katlyn Sullivan helps plan Savannah event
Katlyn Sullivan
Katlyn Sullivan, left, and Lauren Summerfield stand with the“moose” during the Girl Scouts QuestFest last month in Savannah. The stuffed animal is a Scout mascot and Sullivan and Summerfield were helping with one of the quests in the event, in which participants had to find the moose and take a selfie. - photo by All photos special to the Herald
What does "G.I.R.L." mean? For the Girls Scouts, it means being a Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker and Leader.
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