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Profiles In Gold

Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout

To earn her Gold Award, Cassie Mandalou held a dance camp for children from low income areas. At the camp Cassie taught about the importance of having a healthy lifestyle and how they could use dance as an outlet for stress relief and self expression. Cassie notes that upon completing her Gold Award project, she has received positive attention from prospective colleges and has been presented with more adult leadership roles.

Click here to share your Girl Scout Gold Award story!

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Girl Scouts are AMAZING

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A big congratulations to Girl Scout Brownie Elena S., whose D.I.Y. sushi recipe landed her a seat at the White House Kids' State Dinner! Elena, along with 56 young chefs from across the country, had the opportunity to meet the First Lady at the fifth annual Kids State Dinner. 

Read more about the Kids State Dinner and the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge in this article from the Washington Post!

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