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Louisiana Girl Scouts Put Aside Their Samoas For Science Camp

As part of the Girl Scouts STEM initiative, Louisiana scouts get a two-day 'Geek Squad' technology academy. I'm just wondering if we can organize a conference for grown up geek girls. More » Post from: Mommyish
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