Great Disney Deal for Girl Scouts!

Posted on : 01-04-2012 | By : Allergy Free Mouse | In : Misc

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If you have a Girl Scout in your family, this deal is too good to pass up. Disney is welcoming Girl Scouts and their friends and families to celebrate in the “Bridging into the Next Century” event at Epcot, May 25 – 28, 2012.

The Girl Scouts and Alumni, will bridge together in Epcot, with Disney characters waiting at the end to congratulate the girls.

OK, this is where it really gets exciting.

3 day tickets are only $126! That’s a $96 discount. These are not Park Hopper, but they are available at a discount, too. Add a 3 day hotel at the All-Star Sports Resort for $97 per night (tax included) and you have a Disney vacation for a family of 4 for $795. A discounted moderate hotel may be available, too.

The details are here: Girl Scouts at Disney Pricing and Information

To make reservations, go here:
http://www.disneynow.com/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x66387dcb4

Follow the Girl Scouts of Citrus Council on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/girlscoutsofcitruscouncil/posts/329931927052793

Walt Disney made an honorary Girl Scout

Copyright Walt Disney Productions. People in the photo: (l to r) Dorothy Jensen, Lucia Basmajian, (mother) Edna Basmajian and, of course, Walt Disney. Source: www.johnbasmajian.com

Allergy Free Mouse will be at Epcot to meet our readers, probably with some sort of food allergy free handout.

Book ASAP – great dining options are still available.

Did you know? Walt Disney was an honorary Girl Scout

 

 

When we contacted John Basmajian to use this photo, he included this information regarding the event:

I am pleased that you that you would like to use the photo of Walt Disney being made an honorary Girl Scout of my mom’s Girl Scout troop #19 of Park Elementary School of Alhambra, California, in 1945.

My sister, Lucia, recalls at the time that the Girl Scouts of America would not endorse or use the photo for any publication because the girls had their shirt sleeves rolled up.  It was a VERY hot day.

Sincerely,
John Orin Basmajian