WASHINGTON (AP) — Fifty Girl Scouts will get to pitch tents at the ultimate campground next week — on the south lawn of the White House.

First lady Michelle Obama is hosting Tuesday night’s White House campout as part of her Let’s Move Outside initiative.

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The fourth-graders will be able to earn Girls’ Choice Outdoor badges by doing rock climbing, tying knots, orienteering and pitching tents, among other activities.

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Later that night, astronaut Cady Coleman will lead them in a NASA stargazing activity.

The girls are from councils in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Oklahoma and the District of Columbia.

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