San Gorgonio celebrates its first GenCyber success story! Find out who she is.

GSSGC recognizes Alina Aragon! Alina is a hardworking, soon-to-be college student who wants to study in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) career field. In 2014, she volunteered to be a STEM mentor to middle school girls from Painted Hills in the Low Desert. This act of kindness gave her an awesome opportunity for the next year. Through Girl Scouts, she was able to attend … Continue reading San Gorgonio celebrates its first GenCyber success story! Find out who she is.

GIRL REPORT | Leadership Through Cookies

By Kassidy B. Girl Reporter Everyone loves the great taste of Girl Scout cookies, but it’s actually very difficult to load those cookies into trucks, cars, and even Uhauls to be able to sell them. This major event is called Mega Drop; every Girl Scout in the Inland Empire collected her Girl Scout cookies that day. That’s a total of 127,359 cases or 1,528,308 boxes … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Leadership Through Cookies

GIRL SPEAK | Can Girl Scout Cookies Save Lives?

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?

Amber Thorneycroft Recognized at Service To Youth Awards

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

GIRL SPEAK | Our Journey Four Years In The Making

By Victoria Warne, Troop 1436, Girl Scout A once in a lifetime vacation is what describes the summer of 2015, where my best friend, Kalikonani Dailey and I took a Journey Down Under to the beautiful countries of Australia and New Zealand. This particular trip took over 4 years to plan and save for. Constant cookie booths, fall product sales, and saving up “cookie dough” throughout the … Continue reading GIRL SPEAK | Our Journey Four Years In The Making

BRONZE AWARD | Troop 2016 Does Their Part In Water Conservation

Troop 2016 first began working on their Bronze Award last fall when, after receiving  an information insert about the California drought, the girls agreed they wanted to learn more about the water shortages and see if there was anything they could do to help. Katja Braun , who shares her co-leader duties with Dana Stenzel,  said, “We scheduled a tour and seminar with Kevin Hempe, the … Continue reading BRONZE AWARD | Troop 2016 Does Their Part In Water Conservation

GIRL REPORT | These Girl Scouts Are on the Go

By Kira B. Girl Reporter It was a hot, sunny day at Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino, California, but that didn’t stop any of the 1,100 Girl Scouts from having fun at the water park or from taking part in one of the many outdoor activities at Girls on the Go. The Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council (GSSGC) hosted the Girls on … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | These Girl Scouts Are on the Go

High Desert Welcomes Over 100 New Girl Scouts

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

Moms and Daughters Spend a Destination Unknown Weekend In Hollywood

Destination Unknown has been favorite choice for many Girl Scouts and their friends: the girls go off on a secret, all-girls weekend adventure to an unknown destination more than 200 miles away from home, but less than 500 miles. Travelers could always expect to see both cityscapes and natural views, as well as participate in both indoor and outdoor activities. This past weekend,  Saturday, September 12-September 13, a … Continue reading Moms and Daughters Spend a Destination Unknown Weekend In Hollywood