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    The Ultimate Program Guide

    Check out the 2014-2015 Ultimate Guide to make new friends, have fun, try new things and more!

    Thanks for another great summer!

    Here's why summer camp 2014 was essential for more than 6,200 girls (YouTube video).

    The Ultimate Girls' Weekend

    Join us October 16-19, 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah! GSEM's hotel information is now available for the 2014 GSUSA National Convention.

    Annual Report Available Online

    Read our 2013 Annual Report, now available online.

    New Report: How Girl Scouting Benefits Girls

    This report summarizes the impact of the Cookie Program, STEM initiatives, and outdoor experiences.

    Long Range Property Plan

    Please read the FAQ and our latest update. Share feedback and ask questions here.

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  • Fall Product Sales Program

    Dive In - Fall Sale

    September 26 - October 26, 2014
    Selling Fall Product helps girls develop key skills they can use for the rest of their lives.

    • Goal Setting - Learn to set goals and meet deadlines.
    • Decision Making - Research and develop a plan while working as a team.
    • Money Management - Learn to make change, plan and budget their funds.
    • People Skills - Gain confidence learning how to deal with different people.
    • Business Ethics - Girls learn the importance of being honest, trustworthy and reliable.

    Plus, it's a great way to earn start-up money for your troop! Troops earn 15% of a girl’s sale of nuts, candy, magazines and products from the Photo Keepsake line.

    Visit the Fall Sale page for more information.

  • Celebrating Leadership

    Gold Awards

    We are featuring all 2014 Gold Awardees in this space over several weeks.

    Victoria FitzpatrickVictoria FitzPatrick worked with libraries and teachers to update reading lists with books students enjoyed. Her project helped give exciting new resources for students to maintain their literacy skills over the summer months.

    Emily TaylorEmily Taylor tackled both obesity and eating disorders. She ran workshops, games and discussions, and even self-published a cookbook. Her efforts encouraged girls to improve their understanding of what they put into their bodies and how it affects them.

    Meaghan O'Connor

    Meghan O’Connor rallied resources to benefit Medfield Food Cupboard and Medfield Children’s Center. Her labors yielded backpacks full of donated school supplies and tutoring session volunteers.


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