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a member of the , an organization founded by Juliette Low (as Girl Guides) in 1912, which provides healthful, character-building activities for girls five to seventeen years of age
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A member of the Girl Scouts, an organization of young women and girls, founded in the United States in 1912 on the plan of the Girl Guides, for character development and citizenship training.