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Family Feud Involving the Founder's Birthplace

HERE IS OUR "WHITE PAPER" ON THE SUBJECT OF OUR ANCESTRAL HOME AND THE GSUSA CHANGES TO THE BIRTHPLACE Hello Friends, In 1953, Juliette "Daisy" Gordon Low's childhood home (the Birthplace) in Savannah, Ga. was sold to the Girl Scouts of the USA by... 1 year ago

A Message From Girl Scouts of the USA's Interim CEO, Sylvia Acevedo

Hello, Girl Scouts! As you may have heard, I was recently appointed interim CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA), and I am thrilled to help during this time of transition. I am succeeding Anna Maria Chávez, who is departing GSUSA to pursue a... 1 year ago

Scout Earns Both GSA Gold Award and Sea Scout Quartermaster Award

Last Saturday was a special time for one local girl when she was named to the highest position within the Sea Scouts, Quarter Master. Gina Beckman, who attends the University of Tennessee Martin, has been involved with the Sea Scouts for a number... 2 years ago

Girls in the Boy Scouts on CBS Sunday Morning

As kids raced pinewood derby cars and lined church pews for Scout Sunday last weekend, CBS News profiled the changing face of the Boy Scouts for its "Sunday Morning" cover story. Those changing faces include the girls of Pack 203 in the Pacific... 3 months ago

Pair of Florida Scouts With Help From Their SM Rescue Two Swimmers

Scouts from Troop 255 of the Southwest Florida Council where on a camping trip when they heard cries for help and rushed into action. They discovered a pair of unsupervised children swimming in a large creek. One was going under and the other was... 2 years ago

David Brooks Figures Out the Ultimate Truth: Character Counts!

I enjoy listening to New York Times Columnist David Brooks both on NPR and as part of the Shields and Brooks pundit pair on the PBS Newshour. Brooks describes himself as a recovering secularist so the topic for his new book struck a cord with me. ... 3 years ago

The Golden Eaglet (1918) a Silent Movie Brought Back to Life

I was attending a Girl Scout event today and brought along my copy of the GSA 100th Anniversary book in case there was some down time while the girls were in class. They were working with Engineering students at North Carolina State University and... 3 years ago

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