Girl Scouts ready to kick off fall with a mother-daughter dance |

Girl Scouts ready to kick off fall with a mother-daughter dance

In June of 2016, Troop 54061 visited the birthplace of Juliette Low, the founder of Girl Scouts in Savannah, Georgia.
Photo Courtesy of Joan Jardon |

Girl Scouts ready to kick off fall with a mother-daughter dance

On Sept. 30 two Girl Scout troops will host a Mother Daughter Dance and Shop ‘til You Drop Event. The event will be held at the Silverthorne Pavilion and will start at 6 p.m. The $20 ticket includes entry for both the mother and daughter, as well as pizza and dance instruction. Some of the Girl Scouts will be teaching dances, in addition to belly dance and cheer instruction. There will also be a cake walk and selfie stand at the event.

Even though it is being hosted by troop 58025 and troop 54061, Joan Jardon, who helped organize the event, said that you do not need to be in the Girl Scouts to attend. Jardon has three daughters in Girl Scouts and said that the organization has really grown in Summit County in the past few years. She helps to organize different events for Girl Scouts throughout the area and said that they did a similar event in 2014.

“Younger girls really love to see the older girls in this leadership role,” she said.

The event will also have several vendors such as Pampered Chef and Mary Kay. Representatives will be there to sell merchandise at the event.

To purchase tickets for the event, or to become a vendor, contact Jardon at (970) 406-0778 or Moraima Kelley at (970) 389-4646.

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