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Girl Scouts Forever Green Earth Hour

On March 30, 2013 at 8:30 p.m., Earth Hour will celebrate a worldwide commitment to ongoing change for the betterment of the one thing that unites us all - the planet. Earth Hour encourages individuals and families to turn off their lights for one hour to take a stand against climate change.  This year Girl Scouts Forever Green challenges all Girl Scouts to participate in Earth Hour, showing that they too believe in a greener world and a better tomorrow! As with the plastic waste challenge, Girl Scouts will be able to let us know if they participated in Earth Hour through an online survey.  Let's work together as a council to show the rest of the world that GSCNC cares about green issues!

There are many ways to support Earth Hour both with your family or with your troop.  Check out the different guides, provided by the Earth Hour organization, to get suggestions on how to make your Earth Hour special!

Tell your friends and family that they too can participate in this exciting stand against climate change.  You can encourage businesses to participate as well.  The more people who turn off their lights, the brighter this cause shines!

Did you participate in Earth Hour?  Let us know!  Fill out the survey at the link so we can find out how many GSCNC Girl Scouts participated in this unique event.

Girl Scout Forever Green Earth Hour Report

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