Hermanas with One voice for Personal Empowerment or 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 set out to … Continue reading H.O.P.E. program nurtures girls’ artistic self-expression, culminates with a visit to LACMA!
“Completing my Gold Award taught me a lot about leadership. I was able to talk to people a lot older than me with confidence, knowing that I was doing something important.” – Abigail The Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio would like to congratulate Abigail Sanford, 16, of the Low Desert on completing her Gold Award. For her project, “Skills On Wheels,” Abigail partnered with the … Continue reading GOLD AWARD SPOTLIGHT: Abigail’s “Skills On Wheels” keeps drivers safe on and off the road!
This Thursday, November 14 is International Girls’ Day! Celebrate being a girl this November by participating in a fun afternoon with the ladies of Kappa Delta! Kappa Delta, partnering with the Confidence Coalition, will host an event from 4-6pm in the Student Union, Event Center B at Cal State San Bernardino. The ladies will be hosting fun arts and crafts, team building activities, and confidence … Continue reading Kappa Delta and Confidence Coalition celebrate girls, November 14 at Cal State San Bernardino
Every year in their fall issue, Justine Magazine shines the spotlight on one girl who is particularly R.E.A.L (a Remarkable, Energetic, Aspirational Leader) and also a Girl Scout. This year’s honoree, Tyra Peyton Gantt, is a stellar example of all these qualities— we know you’ll think she’s as great as we do! A Girl Scout since kindergarten, Peyton has had the typical experiences like camping … Continue reading Our council has R.E.A.L. (Remarkable, Energetic, Aspirational Leader) girls! Meet Tyra Gantt!
By Angela, Girl Scout Gold Award Recipient My name is Angela, I am 18 years old and a graduating senior after 13 years of Girl Scouts. This past summer I completed my Gold Award Take Action Project. My event was Kids Being Kids, a day where kids with disabilities and those without could play baseball and soccer together. My sister Chrissy lives with a disability … Continue reading GIRL SPEAK: My opportunity to help kids with disabilities
Why did we host a Colorful Dash this year? We wanted to emphasize finding your own kind of beautiful – from within! And what better way to do that than to adorn ourselves head to toe in color? This race jump started our Fall Product Sale season. As Girl Scouts, we know there’s more to cookies and candies than meets the eye. The focus of … Continue reading Snacks, magazines and self-esteem: How selling raises more than just troop funds.