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
The Girl Scout Gold Award represents the highest achievement in Girl Scouting; it recognizes girls in grades 9 through 12 who demonstrate extraordinary leadership through remarkable take action projects that have sustainable impact in their communities and beyond. Since 1916, girls have successfully answered the call to Go Gold, an act that indelibly marks them as accomplished members of their communities and the world. Check out GSSGC’s … Continue reading Gold Award Girls 2017
Sophia E. Girl Reporter On Friday, March 30th, Girl Scouts from Central and Central West area joined together to label and package cookie boxes, as well as decorate cards for the military. At the event, girls, boys, mothers, and fathers banded together to make the event successful and provide the best letters and care packages they could for the military organizations. The first two stations … Continue reading Girl Report | Packing Party
By Hannah & Jillian Carrisoza, Girl Scouts We are Hollywood and Houdini (aka Hannah and Jillian)! We became Girl Scouts when we were in first grade and it was fun. We didn’t even know we were learning! These Girl Scout Moms can be sneaky! We learned to have our own voice while still being part of a group. Our leaders allowed us to choose what we … Continue reading GIRL SPEAK | Can Girl Scout Cookies Save Lives?
Congratulations to our very own Amber Thorneycroft on being recognized for her commitment to underserved and underrepresented girls in San Bernardino by the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Commission of San Bernardino.
Amber was celebrated on October 15, 2015 at the 31st Annual Recognition of Service To Youth Awards. Continue reading Amber Thorneycroft Recognized at Service To Youth Awards
Does your Girl Scout have a free spirit? Has she been bitten by the travel bug? Is she pinning for adventure? An exciting new opportunity for travel: celebrate the New Year in Costa Rica helping endangered sea turtles! The Scholarship The Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council is excited to offer a $1,160* Sea Turtle Retreat Scholarship to one lucky Girl Scout (San Gorgonio Council member only) to … Continue reading GSSGC Offers $1K Scholarship For GS Travel Programming!
The Hasbro Community Action Hero Award recognizes outstanding young volunteers who show that you are never too young to make a difference in your local or global community (sounds like they’re talking about Girl Scouts to us)! Hasbro Children’s Fund and generationOn will celebrate ten young people between the ages of 5-18 for their extraordinary community service and volunteer activities at a special recognition event … Continue reading Hasbro Community Action Hero 2015 award open to all age levels!
Both Annalie & Lily learned that when you show courage to make the world a better place by bringing your community together it makes you proud to be a Girl Scout! Continue reading “Read, Lead To Succeed” Junior Girl Scouts complete Bronze
Last night marked the 10th Anniversary of the Women of Distinction Awards. We are beyond thrilled to announce that one of our very own GSSGC members was recognized as one of several “outstanding women in our region who have impacted the lives of many,” said Mr. Mike Morrell, Senator of the 23rd Senate District. This woman is none other than our very own VP of Retail and Product Sales, Ms. … Continue reading GSSGC’s Elizabeth Locke-Thomas is recognized as a Woman of Distinction!
This is Gail Seekins, she has been a Girl Scout for 43 years; 9 years as a girl member and 34 years as an adult volunteer and leader. What originally brought you to Girl Scouting? As a girl I joined a Brownie troop and enjoyed it. When my daughter was old enough I got her into a Brownie troop and though she graduated high school … Continue reading Get to know your council! Q & A with Gail Seekins.