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National Girl Scout Weekend (NGSCW) is February 7–8, 2014! This is a great opportunity for troops to promote their upcoming booth sales by distributing the NGSCW Cookie Season flier or by asking to post the fliers in local businesses. It’s easy! Just download the Cookie Season flier from GSNI’s website and fill in your cookie booth information.

 

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GSNI's new service center and council store is now open, at 229 First Avenue in Rock Falls! The Rock Falls Service Center is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 9 a.m.–5 p.m. GSNI will host an official Ribbon Cutting on Friday, February 7, from 4–6 p.m., and a family-style open house on Saturday, February 8, from 12 Noon–4 p.m. All GSNI members are invited to attend! The open house will include a jewelry-making craft for girls, information on camp and upcoming local programs, as well as the opportunity for girls to register as Girl Scouts! The council store will be open and a local Girl Scout troop will be selling cookies to the public. For more information, contact the Rock Falls Service Center at 815-997-5100.

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Every three years, Girl Scouts gather together at the National Council Session and Convention to reinvigorate the Girl Scout Movement, celebrate accomplishments, and chart the future. The 2014 National Council Session/53rd Convention will be held October 16–19, 2014, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

GSNI is seeking candidates for the position of 2014-2017 National Council Delegate to represent GSNI at the National Council Session. Applicants must be Girl Scout adults or girl members at least 14 years of age or older.

 

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Don't let the cold weather stop your girls from meeting their goals! Cookie Club is the fastest, easiest way for girls to reach high goals. This password protected website specially designed for girls, makes it safe for them to send emails asking for cookie promises or online cookie orders. Cookie Club helps girls reach their goals, find new customers, involve family members and achieve higher cookie sales!

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Vacationing customers. Snow drifts. Polar Vortexes. Girl Scouts are faced with many challenges while collecting Girl Scout Cookie orders. Because of that we want Girl Scouts to show us HOW they are selling Girl Scout Cookies this season. What creative ways have Girl Scouts come up with to face the obstacles in their way to achieving their cookie sale goals?

 

Participate in GSNI's Cookie CEO Challenge by sending in a photo or video of your best creative selling idea in action! If your idea is voted as the best, you will receive credit for 25 extra boxes to go toward your rewards!