Girl Scouts celebrate 100th anniversary
An estimated 200,000 Girl Scouts came to D.C. to celebrate their 100th anniversary. Some of them got to watch as the artist known as GAIA, made finishing touches on his likeness of Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low on Sunday at the National Portrait Gallery.
For a few hours on Sunday afternoon, Seibert-Steptoe posed for pictures in front of an oil painting representing Low created by the artist Edward Hughes in 1887. Here the reenactor stood with troop 1555 from Garner, N.C.