Wednesday, March 2, 2011
In Daleville, IN, The Herald Bulletin reports that the Girl Scouts recently unveiled their new technology center, a large recreational room filled with television screens hooked to video game systems meant to get the Scouts moving and teach them the importance of regular exercise.The center is named for Girl Scout benefactors Robert and Imogene Taylor, who have supported the organization for decades. Imogene Taylor attended the unveiling on Sunday and said she was a Girl Scout, and so were her children.

The technology center, which cost about $30,000, features Xbox Kinect systems, flat-screen televisions and Guitar Hero games at each station. Dancing to Lady Gaga on the Kinect, students tried out the new hardware while Taylor looked on.