Girl Scouts Make ‘Whatchamacallits’ at SWAPS Workshop

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San Marino Girl Scout Troop 15121 Cadettes hosted a SWAPS-making workshop at the Hill-Harbison House recently. More than 50 San Marino Girl Scouts from various troops were in attendance. The Scouts enjoyed teaching and learning how to make the traditional Girl Scout craft called SWAPS, which means “Special Whatchamacallits Affectionately Pinned Somewhere.” Girl Scout SWAPS are made to be traded later with other troops at various Girl Scout events.

 

Photos courtesy Troop 15121
Host Troop 15121 members and leaders include (front row, from left) Katie Zweighaft, Mackenzie Dawes, Clancy Karr, Kira Glasse and Chloe Wilson. Back: Deborah Dawes, Cynthia Ary, Mary Jane Ary, Alyssa Navarrete, Bridget Byrne, Peyton Talt, Maddie McClam, Anna Moller, Margot Saldebar, Elizabeth Schmidt-Saldebar, Alison Moller and Jeanette Park.

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