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Girl Scouting makes a difference

March 29, 2012
Daily Press

EDITOR:

Recently, we attended a luncheon to honor the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts of America. For 100 years, Girl Scouts has played an integral role in girls' development by instilling positive values and leadership skills in an inclusive all-girl environment. It was quite a learning experience. While several of us were Girl Scouts many years ago, we became aware of how important the Girl Scouts in our area are for today's girls and their families.

Locally, a girl can join a traditional troop or join the scouts online. The troop will work with your child's schedule. The Girls Scouts promote leadership, along with individual skills that develop strong character.

We encourage the parents of Delta County to learn more about the Girl Scouts of Northwestern Great Lakes during their 100th Anniversary year by contacting Linda @ (399-0839) or the Girl Scout website: www.girlscouts.org

Congratulations on 100 years of Girl Scouting!

Patt Fittante, Tonya Schuster, Kay Johnson, Cheri Severinson and Jessica Bray

 
 

 

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