Wolf Trap National Park’s Digital Girl Scout Ranger Program

<< More Scouting Fun

By DullesMoms, Aug 2020

Last month we shared details on how Scouts could earn a Limited-Edition Ranger Patch. This month, get the details on how to earn one from the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts!

This top cultural arts and entertainment destination recently announced:

Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts introduces a digital Girl Scout Ranger program in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment’s ratification granting women the right to vote.

Earn a commemorative patch and take a virtual dive into Wolf Trap’s unique place in women’s history. Learn about the Wolf Trap’s founder Catherine Filene Shouse and her tireless efforts throughout the 20th century to empower women, and hopefully have some fun along the way!

Learn more and get the details here.

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