We learned in Girl Scouts to camp and sail and canoe and tie knots. We learned budgeting through cookie sales and leadership through volunteering. Six of my fellow troop members earned Gold Awards as well. Today, they are pediatricians, journalists and veterinarians. Read More Continue reading Girl Scouts Gold Award Winner: ‘I don’t want to be an Eagle Scout’
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
By Cassidy H., Girl Reporter On Saturday, August 1 GSSGC Girl Scout Troop 341 held their second Talk to the Animals event as part of their Bronze and Silver Award projects. The event saw 67 girls attend the eight education stations, each teaching Girl Scouts something new about animal care. Dani N., a four-year Girl Scout, has worked this event both years at the first two stations, a bird … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Talk To The Animals A Big Success
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
Please come and support fellow Girl Scout of San Gorgonio Council Ashley Fox tomorrow evening. Her hard work and dedication to completing her Silver Award project should not be missed! Ashley will unveil her “Freedom Swing” for handicapped persons at the Marna O’Brien Park in Wildomar. Continue reading Girl Scout Ashley unveils “freedom swing” in Wildomar tomorrow
By Lauren Walker, PhD Student I’ll never forget the day I met my first troop leader. She was my classmate’s mother, a tall, bubbly woman with a very friendly smile. My mom and I had met her after school one day and in no time she had convinced my mom to sign me up for Girl Scouts. At the time, I had thought that being … Continue reading GIRL SPEAK: From Girl Scouts to my PhD in Environmental Toxicology