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Local Brownie Troop Among Last to See Gallery’s ‘Zelda’ Exhibit


Setting off on their artistic adventure
Setting off on their artistic adventure
Penny G. Lutz leads the Brownies through the fairy-tale section of Fitzgerald's work.
Penny G. Lutz leads the Brownies through the fairy-tale section of Fitzgerald’s work.
Paper dolls draw the girls' interest.
Paper dolls draw the girls’ interest.
If there was a badge for attentiveness, this troop would earn it!
If there was a badge for attentiveness, this troop would earn it!
The gallery tour concluded at Fitzgerald's "Star of Bethlehem," which the Brownies thought was an appropriate work for the holiday season.
The gallery tour concluded at Fitzgerald’s “Star of Bethlehem,” which the Brownies thought was an appropriate work for the holiday season.

Brownie Troop 60232, among the local Girl Scout groups to recently tour The Gallery at Penn College, visited campus Friday afternoon – one of the final exhibition days for “The Art and Illustrations of Zelda Fitzgerald.” Gallery manager Penny G. Lutz (who guided the girls through the exclusive exhibit) personally returned the display items Monday to Cecilia Ross, Fitzgerald’s granddaughter, who traveled to campus from Kennett Square to attend the mid-November opening.

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