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Girl Report | Time for a Flight Lesson

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

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Girl Report | Stagecoach Bound

Milanie V. Girl Reporter   Keep all hats and cowboy boots inside of the festival while you are having a fun time at Stagecoach 2018! My experience was so amazing and filled with so many fun activities that kept me busy all day. There was great country music, half-pint Hootenanny, and even some interesting food options for everyone. At Stagecoach we were set to work … Continue reading Girl Report | Stagecoach Bound

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Girl Report | StageCoach Half Pint Hootenanny

Alyssa G.  Girl Reporter YeeHaw! Have you ever wanted to be a cowboy? At the Half Pint Hootenanny kids and adults can learn from Leapin’ Louie how to be the perfect cowgirl/cowboy. Along with learning how to be the perfect cowgirl/cowboy you can also play a wide variety of games and do lots of arts and crafts such as face painting, coloring a bandana and … Continue reading Girl Report | StageCoach Half Pint Hootenanny

Girl Report | 2nd Annual Innovation Month Riverside Pitch Competition Finals

Audrey T.  Girl Reporter This is a follow up video report for the 2nd Annual Innovation Month Riverside Pitch Competition SemiFinals. In this video, I cover the Pitch Finale which was held on Monday April 30, 2018 at the UCR ARTSblock in downtown Riverside where eight finalists competed for $10,000 in cash prizes. I interview the winning founder Anil Bhalia of Service Mob, the runner up Mista Pat … Continue reading Girl Report | 2nd Annual Innovation Month Riverside Pitch Competition Finals

Girl Report | Giving Back

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

Girl Report | 2nd Annual Innovation Month Riverside Pitch Competition SemiFinals

Audrey T.  Girl Reporter On April 17, 2018, I attended the 2nd Annual Innovation Month Riverside Pitch Competition SemiFinals at the UC Riverside ExCITE Accelerator offices in downtown Riverside. The event was led by Taj Ahmad Eldridge, Director of UC Riverside ExCITE Accelerator with assistance from Riverside I/O’s Beaux Thibodeaux and Ralph Richardson. The judges were Chad Gordon of Sierra Wasatch Ventures , Lea Deesing … Continue reading Girl Report | 2nd Annual Innovation Month Riverside Pitch Competition SemiFinals

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Girl Report | From Girl Scout to Hero

Elise M.  Girl Reporter On the thirtieth of March, an event known as the ‘Superhero Sleepover’ kicked off.  The event was held for daisies and brownies and included parent volunteers and program aids. The activity allowed kids to get creative and make a superhero based on the Girl Scout virtues. Children who participated in the event were separated into four groups, the smiley faces, the … Continue reading Girl Report | From Girl Scout to Hero

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Girl Report | Empowering Young Women Conference 2018

Samantha E.  Girl Reporter “I am enough”   The Empowering Young Women Conference was founded by The Adrian Dell and Carmen Roberts foundation. The EYWC’s mission statement is to motivate, educate, and empower young women and adults from all over the world. The conference’s purpose is to “empower young women and their female parents and/or guardians through interactive, awareness workshops, inspiring messages and advice from … Continue reading Girl Report | Empowering Young Women Conference 2018

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Girl Report |Start-Up Weekend Girl Scouts Greater Los Angeles

Audrey T.  Girl Reporter   Startup Weekend is an event that happens each weekend at locations around the world, teaching people how to create a business in just 54 hours. This is my third Startup Weekend. Last year I attended the first-ever Girl Scout themed version in Los Angeles and then again earlier this year at our very own San Gorgonio Council edition. In addition … Continue reading Girl Report |Start-Up Weekend Girl Scouts Greater Los Angeles