Girl Scouts In the News: May 2009 Archives

Girl Scouts of Nation's Capital was featured Friday, May 15, on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams.  Noted child psychologist and Girl Scout leader, Dr. Streeter was featured in the "Making a Difference" segment about the good work she does for girls in Washington, D.C.

 

 

A great story about the transformation of Girl Scouting was posted this weekend on MSNBC and was one of the top eight stories on AOL.  Laurel Richie, Chief Marketing Officer, Eileen Doyle, Vice president of Program, and Denise J. Pesich, Vice President of Communications, were interviewed along with a Girl Scout and her mother from Girl Scouts of Suffolk County, and two Girl Scout troops working on an environmental project from Girl Scouts of Jersey Shore to show how we are changing in important ways.

 

 

Almost 75 Boy and Girl Scouts from area troops will be given the chance to not only earn volunteer hours and badges toward rank advancements but also showcase their expertise in ecologically-friendly practices of benefit to the entire community.  Check out this article on Gulf Coast Newspapers' website!

The Girl Scouts of Nation's Capital's Girl Scout Step Show was featured in The Washington Post Online coverage.

 

 

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