GIRL REPORT | Girls Learn To DIY

By Cassidy H. Girl Reporter On November 14, a group of Girl Scouts participated in a Do It Yourself (DIY) holiday crafts workshop at the San Gorgonio Council in Redlands, Ca. The class lasted from 10am to 1pm. The girls made 4 different crafts: a chicken wire frame; a star ornament; an herb garden; and holiday cards. Each station varied with how much time the craft took, with … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Girls Learn To DIY

GIRL REPORT | Girls Tour Logan’s Candy Shop

By Cassidy H. Girl Reporter In early December, a group of Girl Scouts were able to tour Logan’s Candies Shop in Ontario, Ca. On the tour, the girls were able to view the process of how a candy cane is made just in time for Christmas! It is a time sensitive process, because waiting too long to take action in certain steps will cause the candy … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Girls Tour Logan’s Candy Shop

I Heart Radio Opens Its Doors To Girl Scouts

The Girl Reporter Program is proudly supported by California Community Colleges Inland Empire/Desert Region Doing What MATTERS for Jobs and the Economy   There’s more to running a radio station than simply hiring a disc jockey, in fact, the  men and women behind the studio doors are anything but ordinary. Girl Scouts from the San Gorgonio Council’s Girl Reporter Program were offered a sneak peak … Continue reading I Heart Radio Opens Its Doors To Girl Scouts

GIRL REPORT | Grab Your Paint Brush at the RAM

On August 6-7, 2015 the Girl Scouts went to the Riverside Art Museum to learn about art and spend the night on the roof. When the girls arrived, the art room was ready with white butcher paper and paint sticks laid out on the table so theses little artists could immediately begin drawing their own art. The girls were very talented – I’m guessing that’s why they chose to participate in a program at the art museum! Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Grab Your Paint Brush at the RAM

GIRL REPORT | A Fan In The Stands – Special Olympics

By Cassidy H. Girl Reporter The Special Olympics World Summer Games is an opportunity for athletes with intellectual disabilities to compete to be champions in their selected field.  It is also the, “world’s largest sports organization for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing year-round training and competitions to more than 4.4 million athletes in 170 countries.” The Special Olympics World Games are held every two years,  and … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | A Fan In The Stands – Special Olympics

GIRL REPORT | A Splash With The Girl Scouts

By LeeAnn G., Girl Reporter                                                          Aloha Girl Scouts! This summer GSSGC hosted the Walk of Fame Luau at the  Drop Zone water park in Perris, Ca. There were lots of people there including Girl Scout troops, friends and family, … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | A Splash With The Girl Scouts

GIRL REPORT | Talk To The Animals A Big Success

By Cassidy H., Girl Reporter  On Saturday, August 1 GSSGC Girl Scout Troop 341 held their second Talk to the Animals event as part of their Bronze and Silver Award projects. The event saw 67 girls attend the eight education stations, each teaching Girl Scouts something new about animal care. Dani N., a four-year Girl Scout, has worked this event both years at the first two stations, a bird … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Talk To The Animals A Big Success

GIRL REPORT | Girls Explore Non-Traditional Career Paths For Women

By Cassidy H, Girl Reporter From June 8 to June 12, a group of twelve Girl Scouts explored different career paths at the From Dreams to Reality: Career Discovery Day Camp. This was funded by Boeing as a part of the STEM program here at GSSGC. On Monday, June 8, 2015 the Girl Scouts started their journey into career exploration by visiting the San Bernardino IT Department … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Girls Explore Non-Traditional Career Paths For Women

GIRL REPORT | Chicas Rockeras SELA: A Rock N’ Roll Camp For Girls

By Isabel P., Girl Reporter Chicas Rockeras SELA is a camp for girls between the ages of 8-17. This was the inaugural year that Chicas Rockeras was in South East Los Angeles. This camp shows and encourages girls to play instruments and express themselves. Participating in this rock camp was the best experience I ever had. In camp, I learned to played drums and learned … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Chicas Rockeras SELA: A Rock N’ Roll Camp For Girls