Went to the Low House with GS Troop as part of a pilgrimage. All three ladies working there had a chance to educate young growing minds and expand the perspective of future leaders. Instead, they all seemed equally annoyed by the mere presence of our young ladies. Our tour guide, the youngest if the three ladies, was interrupted repeatedly by a mature woman to "hurry us up" and that they had "little time" for any of the girls questions. Not shown any southern hospitality nor even common courtesies. This historic site is no representation on Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon or the spirit of Savannah. I sincerely hope this review causes a change in the attitude in the staff.
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