Girl Scouts offers innovative programs, events, and camps for girls of all ages and interests.
Girl Scouts ofrece programas innovadores, eventos y campamentos para niñas de todas edades e intereses.
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Girl Scouts tackle debris in their town
May 16, 2011
Greater Taunton residents stretched on their rubber gloves Saturday morning to combat a vast build-up of debris in local streets and parks for Earth Day. Teen girl scout Alexis Delzell, 16, and her mother Cindy tackled the other major problem area: The Fred Martin Parkway.
Read the Taunton Gazette article.
Volunteers recognized for service to Girl Scouts
May 12, 2011
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts held a recognition dinner to honor the many volunteers who have truly gone above and beyond to have a positive impact on girls in their community.
South Coast Today
Wayland Town Crier
Wakefield Daily Item
Charlestown Patriot Bridge
Belmont Citizen Herald
Girl Scouts: Rosoff Award for External Diversity
May 6, 2011
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts were awarded the 2011 Rosoff Awards for External Diversity for their innovative work with their FaB Factor program. Read the press release on the award.
Girl Scouts help throw a party for the planet
April 27, 2011
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts partnered with Franklin Park Zoo to celebrate Earth Day by throwing a party for the planet on Saturday, April 16th. This family fun event helped kick off a year of service to celebrate the Girl Scouts’ 100th Anniversary. The theme for the year long Take Action Project leading up to the centennial celebration is Girl Scouts Forever Green. More than 1,000 Girl Scouts attended the zoo to listen to guest speakers discuss rain gardens and how the girls can construct, and maintain rain gardens in their communities. The Girl Scouts also made bags out of old T-shirts and created necklaces out of plastic bags.
Lexington Girl Scouts send their support to Japan
April 25, 2011
Lexington Girl Scout Troop 71625 decided for their service project to send their support to Japan. The girls plan to fold origami cranes, send cards to children living in affected areas of Japan and raise funding for different organizations helping those affected by the Earth quake and Tsunami. An ancient Japanese legend promises that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish by a crane. Troop 71625 hopes to send 1,000 origami cranes with a heartfelt wish for a harmonious recovery.
Boston Women Share Moms' Best Advice
April 25, 2011
An early Happy Mother's Day article from Girl Scouts!
Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass receive Yawkey Foundation Grant
April 13, 2011
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts announced that it has been awarded a $25,000 grant by The Yawkey Foundations to support a program that aims to encourage math proficiency and leadership skills in girls. Read the Mass Nonprofit article.
Hopkinton Girl Scouts go the distance to educate their peers
April 12, 2011
Hopkinton Girl Scouts hosted a Boston Marathon tea to educate other Girl Scouts on the 'Go the Distance' patch program created in Hopkinton. This year's tea will allow those who have already received the patch to mentor and encourage other Girl Scouts to earn the patch as well. By sharing their discoveries, connections and actions they will educate and hopefully inspire other scouts to pursue this patch or to develop a new project of their own.
Girl Scouts use the Marathon to 'Go the Distance'
March 31, 2011
A powerful force, mentorship a gateway to growth
March 29, 2011
Ruth N. Bramson, CEO, Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass. discusses mentoring in the workplace and the role Girl Scouts play in fostering those relationships, read the Boston Business Journal article.