Girl Report | History Comes Alive

Abigail C. Girl Reporter For the past 8 years, the Coachella Valley History Museum has been teaching the young and the old about the history of the place they reside in. If you traveled to the former house of a Dr. Smiley, you would find just as many wonders as you did if you traveled to the schoolhouse to experience life in the early 1900’s. … Continue reading Girl Report | History Comes Alive

Girl Report | Gina Charpentier

Caitlin S. Girl Reporter Gina Charpentier (left) is a volunteer, treasurer, and board member at the Transition Habitat Conservancy-or THC- in Pinon Hills, California. Their mission statement is to Transition Habitat Conservancy protects transition zone and wildlife corridor ecosystems and their scenic, agricultural, and cultural resource values in the West Mojave Desert. We provide education about the fragile and inspirational nature of our desert plants, … Continue reading Girl Report | Gina Charpentier

Girl Report | Program Aide 101

Just this past weekend on February 16th, GSSGC held a PA training class. A Program Aide (PA) is a Cadette Girl Scout who leads younger girls who are Girl Scouts. Becoming a PA means many different things, you can plan a service unit camp out, plan an event or activity for other girls, help out at camp, chaperone field trips, and volunteer to assist at … Continue reading Girl Report | Program Aide 101

Girl Report | Rockstars of the Date Festival

Abigail C.  Girl Reporter For 73 years, the ate estival has evolved from a celebration of an incredibly sweet fruit, to a 2 week carnival filled with rides, pig races, baking contests, and people passionate about gems and minerals. Over 5,000 people attend the festival, which is located in Indio, California.In the gems and mineral building, people sell jewelry of all kinds. From pendants to … Continue reading Girl Report | Rockstars of the Date Festival

Girl Report | A Night in Chocolate Fantasies

Briana K. Girl Reporter On a recent Saturday night,  the board of directors of the Boys and Girls Club hosted their 25th annual Chocolate Fantasy fundraiser event. Because of the variety of sweets, mainly chocolate, that the event provides, it is called the Chocolate Fantasy. There were around two hundred attendees at the event and they were very exuberant to donate to help the organizations … Continue reading Girl Report | A Night in Chocolate Fantasies

Girl Report | Annual MLK Breakfast

Caitlin S.  Girl Reporter On Monday, January 21st, 2019, the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio went to the 39th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. prayer breakfast held by The Inland Empire Concerned African-American Churches (IECAAC) hosted at Cal State San Bernardino. IECAAC is a group of local Baptist churches, whose mission is to continue in the legacy of Dr. King, by promoting equal rights … Continue reading Girl Report | Annual MLK Breakfast

Panther Power: The PDCMS 5K

Abigail C.  Girl Reporter On January 20, 2019, students and their families flocked to El Paseo, a local shopping center, to run a 5k. It has been going on for the past 7 years, and it is coordinated by Christopher Geyer, the vice principal of the school. He has been running the 5k (by participating in the run and the coordination of the event)) since … Continue reading Panther Power: The PDCMS 5K

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Girl Report | Trunks, Treats, and Terrors

Nesha S.  Girl Reporter I hope that everyone had a wonderful Halloween last week! To celebrate the fall festivities, the San Gorgonio Girl Scout Council hosted the Trunk or Treat Block Party! The Holiday Carnival kicked off at 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 26th on Plum Lane in Redlands. Even though a street or two were closed off, there was still plenty of parking close … Continue reading Girl Report | Trunks, Treats, and Terrors