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How to throw a party for 3,000 Girl Scouts (and live to tell about it)

Published on Friday, April 20, 2012 By Melissa Prycer
This spring, our event calendar has been just a little bit different. Long-time patrons might have noticed that Plow, Plant and Shear got moved to a Sunday and was a much smaller event. There was a very good reason for that: the Girl Scouts were throwing a party. And the size of that one event demolished a few other things in its path. About a year ago, staff from the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas Council (http://www.gsnetx.org/)approached us with an idea: the Girl Scout Centennial was coming up–what if the big council-wide party was held at DHV? We’ve worked with GSNETX for years–first by offering specific programming at the Village for Girl Scouts–badge workshops, tours, and one special Girl Scout Day. Several years ago, we collaborated with other Da ..

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