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The passing of the teapot: Scouts keep tradition alive at Senior Center

Passing of the tea pot: Pictured are, older girls in Troop 41784, from left to right:Carmen Kroschel,Riley Edwards, Taylor Wiles, Natalie Brookes and Summer Smith. From the Browning Troop: Timber Solomon, Ella Gage, Bella Bogni, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Lia Werner, Teigen Elwood, Lindsey Flanagan, holding tea-pot, Mallory Stepaniuk, Jillian Cook and ValRhee Hazen. - William Shaw/Staff Photo
Passing of the tea pot: Pictured are, older girls in Troop 41784, from left to right:Carmen Kroschel,Riley Edwards, Taylor Wiles, Natalie Brookes and Summer Smith. From the Browning Troop: Timber Solomon, Ella Gage, Bella Bogni, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Lia Werner, Teigen Elwood, Lindsey Flanagan, holding tea-pot, Mallory Stepaniuk, Jillian Cook and ValRhee Hazen.
— image credit: William Shaw/Staff Photo

Girl Scouts with Troops 41784 join Brownies from Troop 42488, in a “passing of the teapot” moment at the senior tea, Friday, April 20, at Mount Si Senior Center. Girl Scouts originally met at the Senior Center. They started the annual tea as a thank-you to the center, and it has become an annual tradition. Now, Brownies of Troop 42488 will carry on the tradition. The year of 2012 is the centennial of the Girl Scouts.

 

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