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As a Girl Scout volunteer, you introduce girls to fun new exeriences every day. You're their biggest fan, their guide, and their hero, and we need more amazing mentors just like you to impact even more girls!
This November, Invite a friend to start a new Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, or Junior troop, and everyone wins! You get $50 to spend at Girl Scouts' official online store, and your friend gets a fun, free Volunteer Resource Pack to help them get started. Plus girls get another amazing role model and hero--so much YES!
Plus, when you double the friends, you double your prize...
$100 for you and a Volunteer Resource Pack for each friend--awesome!
Once your friend joins Girl Scouts as a troop leader, completes the volunteer application, and starts a new Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, of Junior troop, head on over to girlscouts.org/inviteafriend to claim your prize.
Offer ends 12/1/2015
Have a question? We have the answer at firstname.lastname@example.org
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You are the super people making an impact on girls through Girl Scouting in partnership with the council. You need solid information on council happenings that matter for you, opportunity for discussion of your Hot Topics, and a chance to hear from other volunteers. That sums up to Super Team Summits.
It’s easy to join in. In person (we’ll feed you!) or by phone (in your fuzzy slippers), you decide.
- Attending in Person: Please contact Beth Ostrosky email@example.com 413-224-4027.
- Calling In: No RSVP needed. Call 1-800-582-3014 and enter Participant Passcode 256526770#.
- Thursday, November 19, 6-8:30pm: Worcester Service Center or call in.
Agenda: Volunteer Systems, Adult Recognitions, Hot Topics.
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You want to make a difference in your world.
Every girl needs a way to find her own voice through all the "noise" that's out there. Hmmm, maybe there's a connection here...
Join us for an easy evening out with light conversation about fun ways you can connect and feel good impacting the girls around you.
Grab a friend, or come on your own... The snacks are on us! (cash bar)Continue >
20 Oct 2015
The girls attending the Geek is Glam program not only had a chance to discover what was on display in the expo hall, but also to attend programs on campus where they could learn how to build bridges, learn about precision computer-assisted surgery and meet a former astronaut.
20 Oct 2015
When Anastasia's only sibling, Michael Cole, was 19, he died in a motorcycle accident. After that tragedy a year-and-a-half ago, Anastasia Cole created a grief library at her church, St. Luke Greek Orthodox Church in East Longmeadow, to help others through their own grief.
02 Sep 2015
For her Gold Award project, she planned a road race to raise money to buy and install a water bottle fill-up station – a hydration station – at East Longmeadow High School.
02 Sep 2015
The daughter of Karen and Michael McKinney and others sewed quilts from donations of fabric, batting and thread given by participants in the Senior Center as well as friends and family. She taught the girls in her Troop 40049 – and her father – how to sew; all completed their own quilt.
27 Aug 2015
A member of Troop 377 in Russell, she developed a project to raise funds to purchase livestock for disadvantaged rural communities and created an educational curriculum on hunger, poverty and livestock for her sister Girl Scouts