Girl Scouts In the News: September 2011 Archives

Erin.jpgOur own Erin has been selected as one of GSUSA's National Young Women of Distinction. Erin earned her Gold Award in 2009 with her project "Life's Landing Pad" and is one of only 10 girls nationwide selected for this award. 

Read more about Erin's project on the GSUSA website http://www.girlscouts.org/convention/whats_happening/ywod.asp

Erin is a 2009 graduate of Citronelle High School, and is currently a junior at Judson College.  She will speak at the National Convention in Houston this November, where she will receive her award and a scholarship. 

Congratulations, Erin! We're so proud of you!

As part of the 100th anniversary celebration, we are looking for very special families -- families in which the grandmother, mother and daughter are all current or former Girl Scouts AND live in the same community. 

We (and a local reporter) would like to talk with these family members to compare their Girl Scout experiences throughout the generations.  While the mission of Girl Scouting is much the same as when the movement began, lots of things have changed over the years.  We want to hear about it first-hand!

If you or someone you know is part of a 3-generation Girl Scouting family, please contact communications@girlscoutssa.org.  Thanks for being part of our 100th anniversary celebration!


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