04/05/2018, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Location:First Baptist Church Lauderdale map
In honor of MLK50 and the voice that inspired change, Girl Scouts Heart of the South challenged 4th - 12th grade girls from around the country to examine today’s global civil and human rights issues. Their voice was heard by telling everyone how this impacts them, how they can have compassion for others, how each of us can make a change, and how we can speak with One Heart and One Voice. Girls, nationwide, have the opportunity to create innovative story lines in an infographic and submit it for the One Heart and One Voice contest. The 1st prize finalist will be featured at the ceremony. Keynote speaker for the evening will be Madeleine Taylor, retired Executive Director of Memphis NAACP, one of the first African American Girl Scouts at First Baptist Church Lauderdale and a long standing Girl Scout Leader.
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