Saturday, February 25 was the day that the Girl Scouts descended upon the Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center for World Thinking Day 2012. If you have never attended a WTD, it’s a trip around the world for about $1. (At least that’s what Jason West, Director of Development for the Center says!) Each troop participating in the day set up a table representing a certain country and visitors were given a “passport” which they used to travel around the world and sample food from each country.
And of course, this was a Gwinnett CAN Challenge event thanks to Angie West who organized the World Thinking Day. Over 400 food items were collected during the day from participating scouts and parents. As well, over a dozen troops have participated in the Gwinnett CAN Challenge in the last 18 months. Great job girls! Can’t wait to see what you do in 2012!