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Lincoln County, Mo. - The Girl Scouts of Lincoln County invite community members and their daughters to come make ooey gooey unicorn slime and learn more about Girl Scouts.

The event will be held at the pavilion in Avery Park on Sept. 2. There is no cost for the Unicorn Slime Party and all girls kindergarten through fifth grade are welcome to attend with an adult. Times for the event will be staggered to promote social distancing.


• Kindergarten and First Grade arrive at 6 p.m.


• Second and Third Grade arrive at 6:30 p.m.


• Fourth Grade and Fifth Grade arrive at 7 p.m.


If attendees have than one girl please attend the time for the youngest girl.

Every girl has greatness inside of her. Girl Scouts helps her find it. What are Girl Scouts doing? Building girls of Courage, Confidence and Character. Girl Scouts improve communities through service and gain life skills while learning how to work as a team. Girl Scouts have once-in-a-lifetime experiences, such as opportunities to go camping, zip line from a climbing wall, archery, horseback riding, develop sales skills, plan and lead events, compete in robotics, travel around the world and so much more.

The Lincoln County Girl Scouts participate in various community service projects, such as sorting canned goods for food pantries, holding an “April Showers” drive for personal care items for those in need, collecting school supplies, volunteering at an animal shelter, picking up trash at some of our local parks and supporting the foster care program.

Interested persons who have questions about the event, or if they have a middle or high school girl interested in Girl Scouts, and would like more information, please contact Jill Dameron at (314) 400-4611, or

Inclement weather re-schedule date for the Unicorn Slime Party is Sept. 9.