Girl Scouts Gather for Mother-Daughter Tea Party and Fashion Show
Adorned in festive, brightly colored dresses, over 200 mothers and daughters gathered at Oak Grove United Methodist Church for the 3rdannual Mother-Daughter Tea and Fashion Show for Girl Scouts of Indian River. They dined on small sandwiches and had special desserts made with Girl Scout cookies. Over 40 local businesses donated raffle prizes, which were gifted to every mother and daughter in attendance. Thanks to the generous donations of local businesses, Girl Scouts can continue to build leaders for the future as girls develop courage, confidence and character in a supportive environment created by dedicated volunteers.
Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast CEO Tracy Keller attended the show with her three daughters, from left: Girl Scouts Maureen, Ashlina and Divine Keller of Chesapeake
Tia Forte Godwin, left, and Girl Scout Daisy Merissa-e'Lise Forte from Troop 553 in Chesapeake, showed off their fashion apparel before walking down the runaway
Vanessa Seals, left, and her daughter Sydney Seals, a Girl Scout Daisy in Troop 310, were all smiles
From left: Christle Row, Amanda Farrell and Kimberlee Waggoner, all PhD students at Old Dominion University. They volunteered to keep water pitchers and serving trays full so that moms and daughters could enjoy their time together.
Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast CEO Tracy Keller, left, visited with Girl Scout volunteer Helen Farrell, who organized the show. Helen is also a Girl Scout troop leader and helps with product sales for Girl Scouts in Indian River.
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