Smallcakes in Albany welcomed Phillip Phillips home with a sweet treat ahead of a benefit concert.
By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Some lucky young girls slept under the starts Friday night without having to worry about the rain.
More than 70 Girls Scouts spent the night at the Wetherbee Planetarium.
Thronateeska Heritage Center opened its doors to the young ladies so they can take a journey into the stars.
"The girls get to learn how to be leaders, Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia is planning on doing a lot more stem programs like this," said Sandy Wingard, Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia.
The girls will sleep in the museum and do more activities on Saturday morning before they wrap up the event at noon.
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