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What does a girl’s self-portrait say about her? What can her own art teach her about how she looks at herself? GSNI invites all local girls in grades 4–5 to participate in Express Yourself at the Freeport Art Museum, 121 N. Harlem, on Saturday, June 22, from 3–5 p.m. Studying famous self-portraits as a guide, girls will create their own self-portraits by using expressive color with oil pastels and words that describe each girl’s unique personality. This program is designed for girls interested in building self-esteem and learning about art.

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Lisa Bartholet
Accounting Manager
Sugar Grove Service Center
847-741-5521, Ext. 7115
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As Accounting Manager, I am responsible for overseeing many of the financial operations of the council. I report to GSNI's CFO and supervise the Staff Accountant, Business Analyst, and Accounting Specialist positions. Many of the questions I am commonly asked have to do with our finance database, Sage.

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With camp season right around the corner, let us introduce you to Mary George, Camp Director at Camp Dean.

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On Saturday, April 27, 2013, the Annual Meeting of GSNI was held. New Board members were inducted, Volunteers were recognized for their hard work, and businesses in the community were honored for their support of our organization. Thank you to Bartlett Nature Center, Elgin United School District U-46 – English Language Learners, O’Mara Moving and Storage, Rockford School District, The United Way of Rock River Valley, and Woodward, Inc.

At GSNI's 2013 Annual Meeting, new board members were inducted and we took time to recognize volunteers who went above and beyond to make a difference. The Appreciation Pin, Honor Pin, Thanks Badge II, and President's Award were given out.