Girl Scouts gather for annual Veni Vidi Vici sleepover

By WKTV News

(WKTV) - Hundreds of Girl Scouts got together Saturday night for their annual Veni Vidi Vici sleepover in New Hartford.

This is the biggest known sleepover in the state and has become an annual tradition for the Girl Scouts. The girls come from around New York State and as far as Pennsylvania.

They participate in healthy living activities, a kick-off dance party, a Zumba super twister and community service. The girls made Christmas cards for the military and Christmas ornaments for the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention.

"It's a great way for them to try new things that they otherwise may not be exposed to and a great way to build communication skills and interact with other girls," Kim Dunne, media manager of the Girl Scouts, said.

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