Oregon Girl Scouts and Guadalajara's Guías Scouts celebrate World Thinking Day

Using World Thinking Day (WTD) as point of origin, PGSCA went about connecting the Girl Scouts of Oregon and SW Washington and the Guías Scouts of Guadalajara.

WTD is an opportunity for our local Girl Scouts to celebrate international friendship, and who better to connect them with than to Tapatías? Wait, you’re probably thinking to yourself what’s a Tapatía? Trust me friends, it’s not just the hot sauce you find in the stores. A Tapatía/o is a colloquialism used to refer to people from the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico's second largest city.

PGSCA will be celebrating WTD with the Girl Scouts and Guías Scouts on March 1st. We’ve got some FUN activities in the works for World Thinking Day, so you’ll have to come back and see the pictures and read the stories!

To further our mission to promote cross-cultural understanding and education, we’re also thrilled to give the Girl Scouts of Oregon and SW Washington’s Hispanic Initiative 10 tickets to Sonia Sotomayor’s speaking engagement on March 11 at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. You can help support these and other programs by attending our after-work gathering and fundraiser on February 6th.

Toodaloo for now!

contributed by: Shaun Garcia