We learned in Girl Scouts to camp and sail and canoe and tie knots. We learned budgeting through cookie sales and leadership through volunteering. Six of my fellow troop members earned Gold Awards as well. Today, they are pediatricians, journalists and veterinarians. Read More Continue reading Girl Scouts Gold Award Winner: ‘I don’t want to be an Eagle Scout’
By Isabel P, Senior Girl Reporter Fifty stars of white and thirteen stripes of red. We know this iconic image as Old Glory, The Stars and Stripes, The Star-Spangled Banner or simply as “our flag.” But there is much more to learn about the Red, White and Blue than one might imagine. Sure, most people know that there are fifty stars for fifty states, but … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | United, We Learn
In honor of the spirit of the season, we are holding our first-ever collaborative food drive with the Boy Scouts of Tahquitz District — yep, it’s Girl Scouts versus Boy Scouts!
The food drive and corresponding family fair will be held on November 18 from 4:30pm to 7:00pm. The address is 39140 Winchester Rd. Murrieta, CA 92563. Join us as we join forces to help stock the local food banks with food for Thanksgiving. Continue reading Girl Scouts vs. Boy Scouts: A food drive for the ages!
Mr. Joseph Daniszewski (left), who is the Executive and CEO of the Inland Empire Boy Scout council, with Ms. Cynthia Breunig (right) the President and CEO of the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council at the annual GSSGC Thanksgiving potluck. The Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday with an annual employee potluck in Redlands last Tuesday, November 26. Girl Scout … Continue reading Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts share a Thanksgiving feast!