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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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.
Advancing Women event to honor Ruth N. Bramson
March 25, 2011
The Boston Business Journal honored Ruth N. Bramson, CEO, Girl Scouts Eastern Mass. for her work in advancing the cause of women in the workplace.
Read the Dover-Sherborn Patch
Read the Boston Business Journal
Girl Scout Cookies Have a Special Cause
March 17, 2011
Daily Times Chronicle
Sudbury Town Crier
Belmont Citizen Herald
It's Girl Scout Cookie Time in the News!
March 11, 2011
Kingston Brownies get a real treat
March 3, 2011
Kingston Brownie Troop 80354 visited Sugar Plum Bakery as part of earning their Cookies Count Try-it badge. They were given a tour of the bakery and asked the bakers questions. The girls were very excited to meet Joanna Lyons who recently competed on the TLC TV show The Next Great Baker. They also decorated their own cookies as a yummy treat.
Girl Scouts' award-winning bread helps homeless
February 18, 2011
All Girl Scouts are known for Thin Mints and Tagalongs, but Wareham's Troop 81794 has been recognized for another culinary creation: cranberry bread.
The Troop has been making the recipe, called "Zesty, Zingy Cranberry Bread," during the holiday season for three years. This past year, the girls donated more than a dozen loaves to St. Patrick's church, and helped serve the bread to Wareham's homeless during one of the church's dinners.
Read the full story in the Warham Week.
Ruth N. Bramson Appointed to Governor's STEM Operation Board
February 18, 2011
Ruth N. Bramson, CEO, GSEM, has been appointed to the newly formed Massachusetts Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Operation Board.
Read the Dover Sherborn article.
What did you do for World Thinking Day?
February 17, 2011
Each year World Thinking day is celebrated by girls across the globe on February 22. This year's theme is Millennium Development Goal 3: gender equality and empowering women.
The mission of Girl Scouts and the focus for World Thinking Day 2011, is empowering girls to change our world. Troops across Eastern Massachusetts are exploring cultures and traditions in different countries, for example Troop 72371 in Ashland coordinated an International day where Girl Scouts performed an El Salvadorian dance, an Italian Skit, an Indian Baliwood dance and offered tasty treats such as croissants from a French booth.
More thank thirteen troops from Natick hosted an international day, transforming the Elks Lodge into a little piece of Greece, Egypt, France and Switzerland. The Girls performed traditional dances, served delicacies such as Baklava, pita chips and educated those attending the event on the country they chose to study.
Wareham Troops educated the community on different traditions celebrated in Australia, France and Ireland.
Charlestown held their celebration on March 2nd. Those who participated in the festivities included Brownies, Juniors and Caddettes. Countries studied included Argentina, India, China, Cameroon and The Congo to name a few. The festivities had more than 100 guests.
What did your troop do for World Thinking Day?