Girl Scout Troop 866 members, from left, Rosemary Carruthers of Henry Clay High School, and Riley Day and Lilly Hogan of Tates Creek High School, participated in their Captain America-themed booth at Tates Creek Library recently for Promise To Vote. Girl Scouts of the Wilderness Road Council and other councils across the U.S. participated in activities to remind voters to go to the polls on Nov. 8 and vote. Girls also participated in voter registration drives and awareness activities this fall during the Promise To Vote campaign.
Girl Scout Troop 866 members, from left, Rosemary Carruthers of Henry Clay High School, and Riley Day and Lilly Hogan of Tates Creek High School, participated in their Captain America-themed booth at Tates Creek Library recently for Promise To Vote. Girl Scouts of the Wilderness Road Council and other councils across the U.S. participated in activities to remind voters to go to the polls on Nov. 8 and vote. Girls also participated in voter registration drives and awareness activities this fall during the Promise To Vote campaign. Photo provided
Girl Scout Troop 866 members, from left, Rosemary Carruthers of Henry Clay High School, and Riley Day and Lilly Hogan of Tates Creek High School, participated in their Captain America-themed booth at Tates Creek Library recently for Promise To Vote. Girl Scouts of the Wilderness Road Council and other councils across the U.S. participated in activities to remind voters to go to the polls on Nov. 8 and vote. Girls also participated in voter registration drives and awareness activities this fall during the Promise To Vote campaign. Photo provided

Girl Scouts encourage more citizens to vote

November 14, 2016 09:53 AM

UPDATED November 15, 2016 10:34 AM

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