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Girl Scout Week is an annual week-long celebration of Girl Scouts. Take time between March 10 and March 17 to share traditions, learn new things, and celebrate with your troop! Girl Scout Sunday, March 10 Some Girl Scouts may choose to attend their place of worship in their Girl Scout …

Category: Traditions, Volunteer

As a Girl Scout you may still be trying to figure out how you will fund your future, but as a troop leader, volunteer, or parent you know exactly what it means to help a girl reach her goals. Did you know you can help them with their journey to …

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Each year on February 22, Girl Scouts and Girl Guides from over 120 different countries come together for a national day of friendship. The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) invites girls to learn and take action in their communities while sharing the journey with Girl Scouts …

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Black History is American History, period. During this Black History Month, let’s explore and reflect on Black women who made great strides in Girl Scouting, including: Josephine Holloway (pictured left): Holloway worked diligently to offer Girl Scout–inspired programming to girls at Nashville’s Bethlehem Center, a shelter for at-risk women and …

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Girl Scout Cookie Season is in full swing, which means your troop is learning valuable skills, like money management and goal-setting. As a leader or troop cookie volunteer, this time of year can feel a little overwhelming. Check out these 3 tips for you to keep the cookie season going …

Category: Cookies, Volunteer
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Welcome to gsSkyline! The @girlscoutsnyc blog created for you, the Girl Scouts of Greater New York volunteer, which will include council updates, volunteer development opportunities, and of course, ideas for you to bring back to your troop meetings. We also want to hear from you! At bottom of the right …

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