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Celebrating Black History Month!
Celebrating Black History Month!
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Girl Scout Day at the Newseum
Girl Scout Day at the Newseum
Girl Scout Day at the Newseum
The Annual Meeting is April 9, 2016
The Annual Meeting is April 9, 2016
The Annual Meeting is April 9, 2016
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Gold Award Centennial Celebration

Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout

Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout

Growing up in an interfaith family, Robin Falci always believed if people of different faiths could relate to each other on a personal level, they would come to understand and respect one another. With this in mind, Robin earned her Gold Award in 2011 by organizing a “Friendships Between Faiths” event to help children from local houses of worship bond through music and art. Through the experience, Robin discovered a passion for event planning, which led her to study hospitality management at James Madison University.

Reconnect with Girl Scouts and share your Gold Award story by taking our survey.

 

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Girl Scouts are AMAZING!

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“Girl Scouts takes me to new and adventurous places, from the top of tall mountains in China while volunteering at a Panda Reserve to the reefs fifty feet below the surface while scuba diving in Panama. I've learned things about myself and others, ways to help people in my community and across the world, and that dreams can become reality with a little hard work and cookie selling. Most of all, I've found support from peers and adults, reminding me that the only thing in between me and success is a source of motivation. I've been told that I can achieve anything I want, and through my years of Girl Scouts, I truly believe it.” –Girl Scout Ambassador Mary S.

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