By Analyse H. Girl Reporter Sting rays, sea lions and kayaks, oh my! This was my experience at the awesome Camp Catalina: a girl reward celebrating the Girl Scouts that sold 1250 boxes or more of Girl Scout Cookies! I was so excited to go, because I love to snorkel and swim. I know so many people excited for this adventure; all of my friends and sisters said … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Ahoy Matey! GSSGC 1250+ sails to Camp Catalina!
By Hailey M. Girl Reporter In the beautiful Riverside bungalow owned by Renee Hill, built originally as a blacksmith’s keep, amazing women from the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council discuss a huge part of our council’s future: The Daisy Society, newly founded by Elizabeth Sutherland. “The Daisy Society is important to me because it funds opportunities for girls to have experiences they might not have … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Daisy Society Mixer
On September 19, 2015 the San Gorgonio Council’s Girl Scout Troop 655 held their first Girl-A-Thon event and a week later Girl-A-Thon: Part 2. The second event was hosted to accommodate any girls who couldn’t make it to the original one. “At our Girl-A-Thons, we made an effort to teach girls how to properly defend themselves during an emergency and we educated the girls on … Continue reading SILVER AWARD | Troop 655 Hosts Girl-A-Thon
“The whole week was full of events that changed my perspective on life and myself. We sent a man to the moon, and we are about to send one to Mars; who knows what adventures lay ahead of us.” By Avery L., Girl Scout While participating in the Advanced Space Camp Girl Scout Destination I was faced with unforeseen challenges and inspiring adventures. Being able … Continue reading GIRL SPEAK | Adventures at Advanced Space Camp
One of our first-ever Girl Reporters just finished this story on the Gold and Silver Awards Gala last month. Read what Kassidy has to say!
Eighteen wonderful women earned their Gold Award at the Gold and Silver Awards Gala in Riverside, Ca. on April 19, 2015. The Gold Award is the highest award any Girl Scout can earn and only 6 percent of all Girl Scouts earn their Gold. Each girl was strongly passionate about something that could help the community…. Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Girls Shine At Gold & Silver Gala
The Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council delivered a van full of Girl Scout Cookies, plush toys and twelve new scooters to New Hope on February 17, 2015. It was a perfect match: twelve was the exact number of kids currently occupying or visiting their mother at the shelter this month. “They have one scooter back there for twelve kids and they all fight … Continue reading Girl Scouts & New Hope for mothers and kids
By Mary K. Danielson, E.I.T. I was a Girl Scout of the San Gorgonio Council in California for 9 years, starting as a Brownie in 2nd grade and finishing as a Senior in 11th grade. Throughout that time I earned over 50 badges and received my Bronze and Silver Award. Girl Scouts was an environment that encouraged and allowed me to pursue my interests in the … Continue reading Girl Speak: How Girl Scouting helped lead me to a career in engineering
By Michel Nolan, The Sun Christmas is a time for giving. Adults know this. Some children do, too. But somehow, when children give, it’s even more touching. That they’ve gotten the message and given from their young hearts is a meaningful and emotional thing. So when I learned about Girl Scouts donating toys to Children’s Fund for less fortunate children, I was enthusiastic and wanted … Continue reading Girl Scouts donate toys to needy kids (The Sun)
By Caroline B. Before I summarize my experience on the EF Journey Down Under Tour, I would like to thank the Florence Keck Fund for awarding me with the $500 scholarship. I couldn’t have gone on this once-in-a-lifetime trip to New Zealand, Australia, and Fiji without your help. Upon landing after the 14 hour flight from Los Angeles to Auckland, New Zealand I instantly noticed … Continue reading GIRL SPEAK: “My Journey Down Under!”