Samantha E. Girl Reporter Recently, I attended the Deaf Awareness Kick Off Day. The event was hosted by the Model Deaf Community Committee and the City of Riverside. The committee is dedicated to hosting events to spread awareness about the deaf community. Their mission is to create an integrated community, that promotes full participation, education, employment, and cultural awareness. The specific event was to increase … Continue reading Girl Report | Deaf Awareness Kick Off Day
Juliette Gordon Low started a movement that would not only profoundly change the lives of over 59 million American girls and women (number of members who have belonged to Girl Scouts over the years), but also changed the world, too! Continue reading Happy Birthday Juliette!
For the past 8 years troops 414 and 103 have celebrated Juliette Gordon Low’s birthday by giving a basket filled with baby girl items to the first baby girl born in our area (Low Desert) at Kennedy Hospital. The girls collect items ranging from rattles and diapers, soft toys and cute booties, and dresses to bonnets for the special baby girl. One time the girls … Continue reading Girl Scout Troop 414 and Troop 103 honor first baby girl born on Juliette Low’s birthday!
Juliette Gordon Low An educator and humanitarian, Juliette Gordon Low made history as the founder of the Girl Scouts of the USA, the largest organization for girls in the world. Born in Savannah, Georgia in 1860, Low earned the nickname “Daisy” at an early age and quickly became known for her stubborn but charismatic spirit. She attended private schools in Virginia and New York. In … Continue reading A woman of true distinction: Happy birthday to our founder Juliette Gordon Low!