Nesha S. Girl Reporter As we celebrate Veteran’s Day, we honor our military veterans, those who sacrificed for our country, and we celebrate our American history. The history of America is our hope for the future. It is a history of incredible valor, sacrifice, tragedy, love, war, struggle, failure, victory, diversity, and unity. Empires rise and fall. It is up to the next generations, including … Continue reading Girl Report | History: Our Hope for the Future
Sofia S. Girl Reporter This past Wednesday March 8, was International Women’s Day. It is a worldwide day that is celebrated all over the world to promote the cultural and political rights for women everywhere. Although girls have achieved and fulfilled many obstacles in life, we still continue to accomplish more! On February 28, 1909, IWD was first celebrated in the United States, … Continue reading Girl Report | Women’s History Month
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.
Sure, not all girls are interested in getting their hands dirty. But there’s something to be said when that digging uncovers an artifact that’s thousands of years old! Since October 19 is International Archaeology Day that got us thinking…have you ever considered a career in archaeology? When you think of famous archaeologists, most likely you picture the iconic fiction character Indiana Jones. But who are some … Continue reading Digging in the dirt? Female archaeologists and their legacy.