Girl Scouts visit baby girl in Oklahoma City hospital

Girl Scouts in Oklahoma have begun a tradition of visiting a baby girl born on the Girl Scouts anniversary.
By Brooke Cayot,, For The Oklahoman Published: March 29, 2014

The Girl Scouts of Western Oklahoma celebrated 102 years of service on March 12.

In 2012, on their 100th anniversary, the Girl Scouts started a tradition of visiting the first baby girl born at Integris Baptist Medical Center on that date and presenting her and her family with gifts.

Baby Alyson was the first baby girl born at Integris Baptist Medical Center on March 12 this year.

Kaitlyn Champagne, a Brownie from Troop 269, and Haley Parker, a Cadette from Troop 3106, brought the family diapers, baby wipes, several outfits, a “future Girl Scout” bib, a Precious Moments figurine and some cuddly toys. They gave the family some Girl Scout cookies as well.

Brook Cayot is a spokeswoman for Integris.