100th Anniversary Gala

Over 350 guests joined Girl Scouts Heart of Central California at The California Museum as we honored 100 years of accomplishments in building girls of courage, confidence and character who continue to make the world a better place. Funds raised through the gala help make Girl Scouting accessible and affordable for every girl. Thank you for investing in today’s girls and tomorrow’s leaders!


This once-in-a-lifetime gala featured seasonal appetizers from Mulvaney’s B&L, paired with local wine and beer. Eleven local Girl Scouts participated in a unique internship with Sacramento-based fashion designer Caren Templet to produce a “Uniform of the Future,” which was then unveiled at the gala in a fashion show of Girl Scout uniforms throughout the years. Guests viewed our very own Girl Scout exhibit at The California Museum, along with an original Micheale LeCompte tapestry created in honor of our 100th Anniversary. 

For more photos and event coverage, visit these links courtesy of Sacramento Press and Sacramento Magazine:

Sac Press Article

Sacramento Magazine's Snapshots

If you missed the gala, it’s not too late to check out our Girl Scout exhibit in The California Museum. “The Girl Scout Promise: 100 Years of Girl Scouting in California” will run until October 31, 2012. Visit The California Museum web page for more information.

Thank you to the 100th Anniversary Gala sponsors, contributors and partners: