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Girl Scouts have been active in our community for almost 100 years. From camping, to exploring the DC Metro area, to helping others, Girl Scouts are always on the go and having fun. Follow them right here as girls from Service Unit 31-6 of Girl Scouts of the Nation’s Capital... Read more

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Girl Scout Cadettes Catie, on the left, and Dulce, on the right, at the dye buckets ready to work!

Tie-dying at St. John the Baptist

Girl Scout Cadettes Catie, on the left, and Dulce, on the right, at the dye buckets ready to work!

Girl Scout Cadettes at the dye buckets ready to work!

A Girl Scout is someone who brings joy to her community with a smile on her face. On September 26, 2014, St. John the Baptist Catholic School hosted a movie night, and one of the activities there was a Girl Scout tie-dying table. Do you know what tie-dying is? In case you didn’t know, tie-dying is when you take clothing or fabric, and dye it different colors and patterns.

Girl Scout Cadettes of Troop 3693 hosted a table where movie-goers could tie-dye socks, t-shirts, and pillow cases. “We had two colors: purple and yellow. They were really supposed to be gold and burgundy, the colors of our school,” said Girl Scout Cadette Christine. Our troop had a blast helping everyone tie-dye their items. We had so many sales that there were people waiting in line. We did not have any trouble, only fun. This event was one of the many examples of what a Girl Scout is, and we made money too.

Contributor:  Dulce


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One Response to “Tie-dying at St. John the Baptist”

  1. On October 28, 2014 at 3:02 pm responded with... #

    Way to go, Dulce, SJB and Girl Scouts! Great to see this news about what is so joyful about scouting.

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