Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania (GSWPA) is pleased to announce Rebecca Styles as a “Girl Scout Great.”
Girl Scouts is pleased to announce that this morning our National Board of Directors unanimously voted to appoint Anna Maria Chávez, currently CEO of Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas, as our next National Chief Executive Officer.
PITTSBURGH, PA—Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania is proud to announce Ariel Schroeder as a 2011 National Young Women of Distinction honoree.
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania is now accepting nominations for the 2011 Girl Scout Troop of Distinction. The Troop will be honored at the Awards of Distinction luncheon, along with the Woman and Corporation of Distinction.
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania invites girls of all ages to Day Camp at Chapman State Park in Warren County. Day Camp will be held July 11 – 15 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Greensburg, PA - Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania invites girls and their families to the 13th Annual Idlewild Girl Scout Day and Camporee at Idlewild & Soak Zone™ in Ligonier, PA. The Camporee will be held Sun. June 26 – Mon. June 27, 2011.
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania (GSWPA) will host a series of Volunteer Appreciation Picnics throughout the council during the months of June and July.
Erie, PA – Girls ages 9-15, of all skill levels, are invited to join Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania at the 2011 Summer Girls Golf Club. The Summer Girls Golf Club consists of 13 sessions, held over a nine-week period, at Millcreek Golf and Learning Center, located at 3100 West 17th St. in Erie.
Clarion, PA - Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania (GSWPA) lifetime member, Diana Brush, was recently honored as an Outstanding Volunteer by the Pittsburgh Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). She accepted the award at NAWBO’s 2011 Make the Connection Awards Gala Dinner on April 20.
Clarion, PA – Girls in grades 6-8 are invited to attend Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania’s AMAZE Conference. This day-long event is designed to empower girls to develop positive, healthy relationships and connect with their peers. Girls will also have the opportunity to participate in breakout sessions on topics like cyber relationships, bullying and cliques, stereotyping and peer pressure.