Burlington Area Girl Scouts

The Burlington Area Girl Scouts completed their Rain Garden Project at Echo Park and had a Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Friday, August 24. Judy Pierce and Jean Kopstein both spoke at this event. Their garden will help divert rain water back into the ground to get filtered and cleaned by the soil, instead of running into the lake and water system. Great job Girls!

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  • Interpretive sign at the Girl Scouts' Rain Garden
    Interpretive sign at the Girl Scouts' Rain Garden
  • Girl Scout display at the Kenosha Public Museum - The right side of the display is about the Rain Garden. - September 15, 2012
    Girl Scout display at the Kenosha Public Museum - The right side of the display is about the Rain Garden. - September 15, 2012
  • Photos from the Girl Scout Rain Garden Dedication Ceremony
    Photos from the Girl Scout Rain Garden Dedication Ceremony
  • Photos from the Girl Scout Rain Garden Dedication Ceremony
    Photos from the Girl Scout Rain Garden Dedication Ceremony
  • Photos from the Girl Scout Rain Garden Dedication Ceremony
    Photos from the Girl Scout Rain Garden Dedication Ceremony
  • Photos from the Girl Scout Rain Garden Dedication Ceremony
    Photos from the Girl Scout Rain Garden Dedication Ceremony
Interpretive sign at the Girl Scouts' Rain Garden
Interpretive sign at the Girl Scouts' Rain Garden