On Saturday, September 19 the High Desert Service Center on 17189 Yuma Street in Victorville, Ca. hosted the Jurassic Jungle Recruitment Roundup, an exciting day of crafts, activities, games and information sessions to introduce girls and their families to Girl Scouting. The Girl Scout recruitment event covered the Apple Valley, Desert Breeze, Hesperia, Barstow and Snowline areas. In addition to Council staff, many adults and older … Continue reading High Desert Welcomes Over 100 New 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 By Berania B. Girl Reporter Imagine being attacked by a group of cyber criminals and suddenly getting your power grid shut down. What would you do? On Sunday, August 23, 2015 the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council organized a STEM workshop with the … Continue reading GIRL REPORT |Girl Scouts Hacked In Cyber Attack
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 Scout Leader Appreciation Day is April 22! The very essence of Girl Scouting depends upon the contributions of volunteers. Whether a volunteer contributes time because she or he loves working with girls, sharing a skill or any of a million different reasons, a heart-felt thank-you goes a long way towards making that person feel appreciated. The gesture doesn’t need to be big and grand … Continue reading 22 Ways To Give “Thanks”
National convention kicked-off to an exciting start last night, but what exactly can Girl Scout Delegates from around the country expect to learn this year and how will this affect the rest of us? Continue reading National Convention Starts Now, Here’s What Attendees Can Expect
Reprinted from Girl Scouts Blog School. This one word can inspire a whole range of emotions in both mothers and their daughters. With homework, pencils, and paper now replacing lazy summer days—how do you set her up for success at the place she spends the most time outside of your home? Science, math, and language skills are all important, but sending a happy, confident, and … Continue reading Back to School: Five Ways to Help Your Girl Shine!
Super Daisy Troop 4069 – consisting of eager little girls that had been on the waiting list – visited the Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands last week. The troop is run by the older Girl Scouts of Troop 495. Mary Perry, Deputy Director of Communications and Public Affairs at Sunnylands, personally worked with the Daisy Girl Scouts on their project. Mary said, “I created a lesson plan … Continue reading Daisy Super Troop 4069 visits Sunnyland with older Girl Scout Troop 495!
Hermanas with One voice for Personal Empowerment (H.O.P.E), funded in part by a MetLife grant, is a Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council program that has helped girls from the Inland Empire gain a deeper understanding of themselves, their cultural heritage and their potential. With technology, such as social media, dominating the lives of many young people today, the H.O.P.E. program aimed to introduce an … Continue reading Girls’ personal empowerment art on display in HD until July 15th – check it out!
This is Barbara Pepper, she has been a Girl Scout for 27 years; 1 year as a girl member and 26 adult years as a volunteer and leader. What originally brought you to Girl Scouting? My daughter was in a troop that needed new leaders. She enjoyed it so much, I didn’t want her to have to stop Girl Scouts, and so I volunteered. I’m … Continue reading Get to know your council! Q & A with Barbara Pepper.
Give BIG San Bernardino County is a 24-hour fundraising web-a-thon on May 8 that allows you to give to your favorite causes in our community. Their goal is to get everyone who cares about the residents of San Bernardino County to help us raise a minimum of $300,000 in just 24 hours. We are asking you to share our GSSGC page with friends, family, neighbors, coworkers and even that … Continue reading It’s time to Give BIG San Bernardino: 24 hrs to “raise” up the future of girls!