Girl Scouts Mark 100 Years | VideoMichelle San Miguel | 7/15/2012
The scouts had the chance to hop into a race car, learn how the BisMan Bombshellz gear up for bouts and even got some lessons in fishing.
Girl Scout leaders say the organization is a good way for girls to learn values and assume leadership roles.
"Strong girls become strong young women, become strong mothers become strong members of our community," said Pat Conrad, a Girl Scouts volunteer.
"We should help people that we need to help like the homeless, the foster children," said 10-year-old Darbee Heinle.
This weekend the Girl Scouts also visited the Governor`s Mansion and took part in a mock Supreme Court hearing.