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Great Week in Girl Scouting
Dear Girl Scouts, What a week it has been for Girl Scouting. On Tuesday, May 29th, National President Connie L. Lindsey, members of the Gordon family, five Girl Scouts and I had the honor of being in attendance at the … Continue reading
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Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr.
On this day we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a man who embodied the ideals of courage, confidence and character to which we as Girl Scouts are committed. His heroic embrace of brotherhood, sisterhood … Continue reading
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Hello Houston – A Memorable Experience
Kicking off the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting at the National Convention in Houston, Texas is one of the most memorable experiences of a lifetime! A sea of Girl Scouts as far as the eye can see all dressed in … Continue reading
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