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With the Girl Scouts, you'll make a bunch of new friends and have a ton of new experiences that show how exciting the world is, and how awesome you are, over and over again. So, what are you waiting for? Start the fun today!

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Introduce girls to new experiences that show them they're capable of more than they ever imagined. Whether you can give a day, a few weeks, or the whole year, it all starts with you. Be the role model she’ll always remember.

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New Leader Mentoring Team

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Be a New Leader Mentor! For our sister Girl Scout leaders who do not have one in their service unit.

GSCWM is forming a New Leader Mentoring Team for the troop start-up period, to help new leaders feel comfortable, soak up some wisdom, and get connected to the resources and tools that can help them be the great leaders our girls need them to be.  Do you know a former leaders, service  unit managers, troop consultant, etc.  that would be great at this?

The easy FORMAT for the Mentoring Team is: Connect – Consult – Coach - Conclude.

Time frame: September through November.

If interested  or know someone who may be a good fit, contact Monica Baldyga, Membership Services Manager: mbaldyga@gscwm.org, 800-462-9100.

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CAMP CARE PACKAGES

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Purchase a Camp Care Package to be delivered to your daughter at camp, with a personal note from you!

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PROGRAM GUIDE

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A year with us is filled with new friends, tons of fun and more "wow" moments than you've ever imagined.

So, what are you waiting for?  Don't miss out on some SUPER programs!

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NEWS

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Women’s commission hears testimony in Northampton

16 Mar 2016

Dana Carnegie, community relations manager for the Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts, asked the commission to support any legislation that provides leadership opportunities to women and girls, promotes financial literacy among women, and helps prevent bullying. “I hope that one day your name will be Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women and Girls,” Carnegie said.

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Fig & Pigs, Vintage Grille win top spots for Girl Scout cookie dishes

12 Feb 2016

Nine total chefs participated in the Fork It Over event to benefit the Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts. The Beechwood Hotel hosted the annual event that encourages local chefs to put a twist on the classic cookies.

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Two Workshops Teach Girl Scouts About the Fun and Fascinating World of Chemistry, Electronics, and Engineering

01 Feb 2016

Students were involved in two separate workshops that used exciting, educational, and entertaining projects to inform Girls Scouts about the rudiments of chemistry, electronics, and engineering.

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Learning the digital economy, the Girl Scout way

01 Feb 2016

The Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts council is in its second year using Digital Cookie, an Internet portal for cookie ordering created with the idea of introducing girls to safe online business practices. Using a digital platform has allowed Girl Scouts in the Central and Western Massachusetts council to sell more easily to their friends and family, some of whom live as far away as California.