In this bitter year that began with hope, we have endured sickness, isolation and economic devastation. Then a few short weeks ago, we watched in horror the 8 minutes and 46 seconds that marked the last moments of a black man’s life as it was brutally and heartlessly squeezed from his body by a police officer. George Floyd called out at least 16 times, “I … Continue reading Black Lives Matter: We Stand Together, a Message from our CEO
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Caitlin Stark Girl Reporter A decade – 10 years. 120 months, 3,652 days. This is how long I have been a Girl Scout. This year I am a senior Girl Scout. Every year I sell Girl Scout cookies. After the end of this Girl Scout cookie season, I will have sold cookies for 500 Days of My Life. This is the very first year that … Continue reading My GS Experience
View recent articles of GSSGC in the news below: Inland Girl Scouts learn skills, take trips — thanks to selling cookies Eastvale Girl Scouts Essay Lands her Photo on a Box of Cookies Girl Scouts across the Victor Valley sell cookies, build confidence Hemet Girl Scouts hard at work on renovating Scout House Girl Scout Gold Award recipients honored Girl Scouts Place Kind Notes on … Continue reading In the News!
Abigail C. Girl Reporter The Global Conference on Educational Robotics was held in Norman, Oklahoma in July. It is a week(ish) long competition ,and conference meant to promote robotics, coding and engineering to all ages. The Kiss Institute for Practical Robotics puts on the event every year. The competition portion,is a large board meant to simulate a natural disaster. The robots must try to score … Continue reading Girl Report | GCER 2019
Abigail C. Girl Reporter The Gateway Arch The gateway arch is a beautiful feat of engineering in St. Louis, Missouri. This steel arch is the tallest arch in the world, measuring at 630 ft. It is difficult to truly comprehend it until looking right at it. It is one of the many fun things to do in St. Louis,, however, I don’t recommend it if … Continue reading Girl Report | The Gateway Arch