Repaired Girl Scout sculpture is rededicated in Edmond

A statue depicts a Girl Scout planting a tree has been rededicated at Mitch Park in Edmond.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: April 16, 2013
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— A sculpture depicting a Girl Scout planting a tree was rededicated Saturday at Mitch Park.

The statue is a 300-pound bronze sculpture created by Osage Indian artist Shan Gray and originally unveiled in 2007. The statue was repaired and returned to the park after it was stolen by a high school student involved in a practical joke.

“The Girl Scout is about 5 foot, 3 inches. She's digging a hole to plant a tree,” 13-year-old Cadette Jennifer Underhill said. “She represents the Girl Scout promise to make the world a better place.”



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