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GSUSA has developed an informative, electronic resource that guides viewers through the key features and benefits of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.
The Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania’s alumnae association will be holding a social event on Thursday, December 4 from 6-8 p.m. at Shakespeare’s Restaurant & Pub.
At the 2008 National Council Session, Girl Scouts launched its first ever Girl Scouts grassroots network www.girlscouts4girls.org. Over 1,000 Girl Scout members, volunteers, staff and alumnae joined the Girl Scouts Advocacy Network to act on issues moving through Congress and the state legislatures that are important to girls and Girl Scouts. This was a great start, but we need ALL Girl Scout staff, friends and supporters to become a part of this important effort.
Girl Scouts is developing a holistic, online safety initiative with a top technology partner that aims to decrease the generational divide between parents and teens through branded tools, expert insights and engaging content.
Girl Scouts Transforms into a New Style of Leadership
We still have space available to send 11th and 12th graders for free! Learn more about this great opportunity.
Bethany Scheboth and Elissa Scheboth of Gibsonia will receive the Medal of Honor for their lifesaving award.
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania Board Member, Margaree Pertle, Chair of the 2008 Awards of Distinction Dinner has announced the 2008 Woman of Distinction, Michele Bononi and the 2008 Corporation of Distinction is Giant Eagle, Inc., honoree, Edward Michalek.
The 15th Annual Tour de Tamarack is scheduled for Sunday, August 31, at Oakgrove Park in Meadville. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. The first race starts at 9 a.m. cost is $25. Proceeds benefit Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania.
Former Girl Scouts can remember their camping experience with a retreat to Camp Redwing hosted by Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania’s Alumnae Association. The retreat will be held on Saturday, Aug. 16, 2008 at Camp Redwing located near Butler, PA.