The Black Diamond Girl Scouts Council has a new facility on Charleston's West Side, where an old Lincoln-Mercury car dealership used to be. GSA officials kicked off a fundraising campaign for the new center Friday.
CEO Beth Casey shows off the lodging area that can host 24 girls and four chaperons. Casey said two groups could stay at the center without having to worry about space.
The new facility includes this spacious gift shop, where everything Girl Scouts can be found.
The Girls Zone includes a double kitchen, a huge flat-screen television and, soon, a climbing wall.