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23rd Annual Race on the River
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 • Posted October 24, 2013

Girl Scouts of Central Texas Hold Exhilarating Race on Concho River as part of River Fest

Who: Girl Scouts and Adults

What: Canoe Races on the Concho River by Girl Scouts of Central Texas

When: Saturday, October 19th, 2013 1:30 PM – 4:00 PM

Where: River Fest, between Koenigheim and Irving St., San Angelo, TX

Opportunities: We expect many unique video and photo ops, as well as the chance to chronicle an exciting race and festival arranged for the community by the City of San Angelo.

Background: Girl Scouts of Central Texas are at it again! Join them once more for the 23rd annual Race on the River. There will be canoe races held on the Concho River behind the Girl Scout Service Center. We’ll host sponsor heats, community heats and, of course, Girl Scout heats. Don’t miss our exciting duck race. Adults can adopt a rubber duck for $5. Those whose ducks make it to the finish line in 1st, 2nd and 3rd place will win great prizes.

About the Girl Scouts of Central Texas:

Girl Scouts of Central Texas serves more than 19,000 girls in grades K-12 and over 13,000 adult volunteers in 46 Central Texas counties. Headquartered in Austin, Girl Scouts of Central Texas has program centers in Brownwood, Bryan, Killeen, San Angelo, Stephenville, Temple and Waco. Through outcomes-based leadership opportunities, girls discover their own potential, connect with others and take action to improve their communities. Girl Scouting offers an array of fun, educational programs focusing on fine arts, science and technology, math, the environment, community service, leadership, and life skills. Girl Scouts lead with courage, confidence and character, to make the world a better place. For more information, visit www.gsctx.org.

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