Claire Leininger, Girl Scout Historian, shares her thoughts of her visit with Barrington Girl Scouts. You can view photos of her visit here.
Congratulations to the winners of GSNI's 2014 Goal Getter Contest! Following Initial Sales, the Goal Getter Contest was offered to encourage girls to obtain more orders. A minimum of 20 orders from 20 different customers was required to enter the contest. These girls have won a Razor E100 Electric Scooter.
It can be easy to think about Girl Scouting as a local activity that girls participate in to learn leadership skills and improve the community around them. In fact, Girl Scouting can be all that AND show girls how they are connected to the global community.
Diane Saber, Global Action Volunteer for GSNI and Lifetime Girl Scout Member, writes about how to incorporate global awareness into Girl Scout programs. Today she focuses on how to get young Girl Scouts to think about travel. The second post in her series will focus on getting involved in destinations.
This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Thin Mint Sprint (TMS) to be held on September 20, 2014 at Camp McCormick. In honor of this milestone, GSNI is planning to celebrate in a big way! GSNI is currently recruiting energetic volunteers to help with the activities and races—girls and adults!