Zoe B. Girl Reporter Girl Reporter Zoe B., interviews 7th grader Ava H. who was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Ava tells us how her service dog, Bruin saves her life on a daily basis. Continue reading Girl Report | Heroes come in all shapes and sizes
Zoe B. Girl Reporter Have you ever wondered what it feels like to fly? At iFLY you have the chance to fly like you’ve never flown before. If you are one of those lucky girls that sold enough cookies to go indoor skydiving, then you already know what it’s like. You were given the chance to show your awesome skills when you flew up in … Continue reading Girl Report | Time for a Flight Lesson
Zoe B. Girl Reporter It is always important to help your community in one way or another because it is important to keep where you live maintained. Communities give people the opportunity to try again and to give back. You can give back to the people who help you from near like family or from far like the military. Giving back never makes anyone … Continue reading Girl Report | Giving Back
Zoe B. Girl Reporter Have you ever been camping? Or been to the mountains or seen the snow? Do you know what it’s like to have your first adventure? If you do, then you’re are lucky because adventures are some of the most exciting things to go on. There is even a club revolving around the idea of going on an adventure – the … Continue reading Girl Report | Adventure Club
Zoe B. Girl Reporter Who loves Big Bear? There’s all that beautiful white snow in the cold winter and a large lake in the warm summer. Last winter, troop 1663, sub-troop to super-troop 1661-1663, took a trip to a cozy, wood-cabin. At the cabin, each Cadette – 7 girls in total participated in earning 4 different badges. The badges each girl earned were New … Continue reading Girl Report | Big Bear Badges
Zoe B. Girl Reporter The Mission Inn Hotel’s 25th Festival of Lights Anniversary Celebration began with the lighting of the Mission Inn and a fireworks spectacular following after. At the lighting ceremony, over 5 million lights lit up the walls of the entire hotel. Over 75,000 people attended the celebration and gazed at the pure lighted beauty. This has been a tradition for 25 years … Continue reading Girl Report | Silver Anniversary Celebration
Zoe B. Girl Reporter Small Business Saturday is a holiday shopping tradition. It occurs every year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. It was originally founded by American Express in the year 2010 and has been going on since. It helps bring the attention of the importance on the support of small businesses all across the United States of America. Over 6,000 businesses participated in small … Continue reading Girl Report | Support Your Community
Zoe B. Girl Reporter As many of you may know, the Girl Scouts of America has recently launched the new G.I.R.L. agenda – non-partisan initiative to inspire, prepare, and mobilize girls and those who care about them to lead positive change through civic action. G.I.R.L. is an acronym for Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, and Leader. This initiative has inspired troops to be all of these things … Continue reading Girl Report | Cadettes Take Charge!
Zoe B. Girl Reporter Tag-a-long with Girl Reporter Zoe B., as she dives inside the Long Night of Arts and Innovation. Continue reading Girl Report | Long Night of Arts and Innovation
Zoe B. Girl Reporter Norco Equestrian Academy has plenty of fun yet challenging horses ranging from easy to hard. I first began riding horses as an extent on my undying love for animals. Before the summer began I never even touched a horse, much less ridden one. I had no idea how much I would learn about how riding could benefit me. From the … Continue reading Girl Report | Who Loves Horses?