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Girls Scouts Open New Steam Center

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (localmemphis.com) -  

The Girls Scouts have opened up a new center for fun and creative activities.

The Organization named the center Steam standing for science, technology, engineering, arts and math.

The Center next door to the main house, had its ribbon cutting Sunday by CEO Sylvia Acevedo.

"You know, the world the world is being recreated. It's being recreated around technology and data, and we know girls all have those mobile devices in their hands. At Girls Scouts, we want girls not just to be the users of technology, but the inventors, the creators, the designers. So, we want to give them the skills so that they can recreate our future,” said Acevedo.

During the summer, girls from ages 5 to 7 can participate in creative programs.

Each day session is 20 dollars and overnight is 30 which also includes meals and snacks.


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