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WonderWorks in Pigeon Forge is opening its doors for Girl Scout group sleepovers.
Online Troop Re-Registration Quick Reference The link for online registration is : https://gsusa.ebiz.uapps.net/vp/default.aspx?pid=59 Activating your Account As a current Troop Leader (01), you already have a profile in the system. Click “Activate Your Account” if you have not already done so. (If you have already activated your account, login using your user name and password and skip to the Re-Registration Process section.) Enter your First Name, Last Name and E-mail Address that you supplied to council and click “Continue.” (If you …
Find out how “The Year of the Girl” will help girl scouts in our council and around the world.
See the schedule for honoring 2012 Gold and Silver awardees.
Everybody likes cookies. A lot of cookies taste good. These cookies do good.
Little Brownie Bakers is proud to pay tribute to the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting with a lemon cookie that reflects the heritage of past customer favorites. Savannah Smiles is a cool, crisp lemon cookie with just the right number of lemon chips to deliver tiny bursts of flavor. And, when you hold it right, you’ll quickly be reminded of that world-famous “Brownie Smile.”
The Girl Scout Cookie Program is underway. Traditional customer favorites like Thin Mints and Samoas are back, plus a new cookie to celebrate Girl Scouts’ 100th Anniversary.
The Girl Scout Council of the Southern Appalachians and AT&T have a new initiative to help 250 Chattanooga-area high school girls spark an interest in STEM careers. AT&T officials will present a $25,000 grant to Girl Scouts on Friday, December 16 at the council office (1936 Dayton Boulevard). The check presentation is at 9:40 a.m.
See highlights of the GSCSA Property Task Group’s October meeting, as the group moves forward with the long-range property planning process to support the council’s strategic key priorities, the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE), and Girl Scout brand within the council’s ability to fund and maintain.
Although the Reading Rocks book drive is not an official council event this year, many troops and service units are keeping the legacy of alive. Girl Scouts know books are the most important gifts a young child can receive. Children everywhere need books to fire their imaginations and fuel their dreams. Get donation ideas, patch information, and view our Reading Rocks photo gallery.