Three Heart of Gaston troops didn’t let below freezing temperatures keep them away as they went on an Art Walk through downtown Gastonia. Julie Heath from Keep Gastonia Beautiful led the tour, explaining each sculpture, painting and statue. The girls enjoyed the chance to appreciate all the beautiful art and learn about the history of their city. We’re glad they persevered and had a great time, even despite the cold!
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