Troop 729 has been a troop for 6 years. Our older girls completed the bronze project last year. They do a lot of activities and enjoy all kinds of activities. They are a daisy to cadette level troop. Most of their girls have been with them from the beginning.  Troop 729 does lots of trash pickup events in apple valley and hesperia. They do bi monthly pickup at the … Continue reading

Girl Report | Women’s Right Parade

January 19, 2019, marks the third year of women’s marches. Thousands marched in cities all over the U.S. I, Juliet Martinez have marched in my local town, downtown Riverside and I enjoyed this march very much.The reason why I loved The March was that I felt inspired by each and every remarkable young woman fighting for what’s right. The signs were one of my favorite … Continue reading Girl Report | Women’s Right Parade

Girl Report | Running the Theatre one Usher at a Time

At the theatre, it takes many people to run a production successfully. There are the actors, the stage crew, and the ushers. All of which are equally important, the actors put on the show as well as the stage crew, and ushers who show patrons to their seats. I got the chance to interview the individual who is in charge of all the ushers. Her … Continue reading Girl Report | Running the Theatre one Usher at a Time

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Riverside’s Black History Parade marks 40 years of pride. Members of the U.S. Army JROTIC participate with the expo themed, “it still Takes A village” In downtown Riverside, CA., Saturday, February 9th 2019. Black history month was created in 1926 in the United States by historian Carter G. Woodson with Association for the study of Negro life and history announced the second week of February … Continue reading Girl Report

Girl Report | Locating a brighter future for women in STEM

Women in GIS (Geographical Information Systems)L             Gender Inequality. Two very big words, with a very big impact. Contained within these fifteen letters are countless injustices; the wage gap, increased rates of domestic violence, educational disparities, inequality in the workforce, degradation, dehumanization, sexualization, and the overall subjugation to a society where women are reduced to conformity and fitting into a formula.              This March, I was able … Continue reading Girl Report | Locating a brighter future for women in STEM

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