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Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary
As we approach our 100th year of Girl Scouting, we're commemorating more than just an anniversary milestone; we're celebrating 100 years of Juliette Gordon Low's vision and the girls and women who've been touched by it.
We will take the opportunity at this important moment in time, the 100th Anniversary, to initiate a critical dialogue on a pressing issue regarding today's young women - the fact that our daughters, sisters, nieces and students are not reaching their full potential as future leaders in society.
As part of the Year of the Girl celebration, we will call on all members of society to join us in support of girls. Because when girls succeed, so does society. All of us have a role to play in making that happen. Together, we can get her there.
GSWPA will be hosting a weekend-long event in Pittsburgh, PA, celebrating building girls of courage, confidence and character for 100 years.
Here’s your chance to make a difference in 2012 and beyond! Long-time promoters and protectors of the environment, Girl Scouts envision being at the forefront of environmental sustainability, leading schools and communities in using resources wisely.
100th Anniversary Challenge
How girls wish to honor the 100th Anniversary of Girl Scouting is up to them! GSWPA has compiled a list of proposed ideas from its membership to include in this challenge. Once girls complete their challenge they can download or print a trefoil marker with their activity and their name to be posted in a prominent location in their community.
Visit Washington D.C. to sing-along with other Girl Scouts from across the country or explore the birthplace of our founder, Juliette Gordon Low.