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  • Girl Scout Cookie Sale Opens Today (Wicked Local Swampscott)

    December 13, 2010

    The Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts are gearing up again this season to sell their famous cookies. The annual sale kicks off in Eastern Massachusetts on Friday, Dec. 10, and culminates Sunday, March 15. (read article)




    Girl Scout Cookies (Wicked Local Plymouth)

    December 13, 2010

    The Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts are once again selling their famous cookies. The sale of cookies has helped Girl Scouts set goals, develop people skills and learn business ethics such as money management and decision-making. (read article)




    The Charlestown Troop 71320 making headlines!

    December 9, 2010

    The Charlestown Girl Scout Troop 71320 helped with a Toys for Tots event at Build-a-Bear and was featured on Fox 25 News as well as on the blog Thread for Youth Making a Difference




    Ruth N. Bramson honored by women’s political caucus (Wicked Local Dover)

    December 5, 2010

    Chief Executive Officer of Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass., honored by the Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus with the Abigail Adams Award.(see article)




    Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Receives "Agent of Change" Award

    November 24, 2010

    The Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts recieved Color Magazine’s All-Inclusive Awards - Agent Award 2010.




    Wilmington Girl Scout mural leaves a legacy

    November 4, 2010

    One Wilmington High School senior, along with the support of her five friends, parents, and many other community members is leaving a lasting legacy for the town of Wilmington.




    Ruth N. Bramson named by MWPC AS ABIGAIL ADAMS AWARDS HONOREE 2010

    October 15, 2010

    The Massachusetts Women's Political Caucus's Abigail Adams Award Ceremony was held October 7 at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel to celebrate women who make a difference. Girl Scout CEO, Ruth N. Bramson was among the honorees. "Our honorees exemplify excellence and commitment to service. They have broken glass ceilings, been the first women to blaze a trail, and serve as significant role models for women everywhere as they take time in their professional careers and personal life to mentor a new generation of young women." said MWPC Board President, Lora Pellegrini. http://www.mwpc.org/news/featured.php




    WBZ Wednesday's Child at Girl Scout Museum-Waltham

    October 14, 2010

    Our Girl Scout property and museum in Waltham were the setting for this week's WBZ Wednesday's Child segment with Jack Williams since the lovely girl featured is an active Girl Scout. We were very pleased to host folks at our property, showcase our Girl Scout heritage, and to partner with WBZ and MARE.

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    Girl Scout Mom Advocates for Reform

    October 4, 2010

    Darcy Rubino joins the CEO Volunteer Advisory Committee to advocate for girls with disabilities. (North Andover Citizen)




    Local High Schoolers Received President’s Volunteer Service Gold Award

    October 1, 2010

    President's Volunteer Service Award Winners

    The President's Council on Service and Civic Participation was established in 2003 to recognize the valuable contributions volunteers are making in our communities and to encourage more people to serve. The Council created the President’s Volunteer Service Award program as a way to thank and honor Americans who, by their demonstrated commitment and example, inspire others to engage in volunteer service.

    Recently, three Reading Girl Scouts who are all freshman at Reading Memorial High School were recognized by the President’s Council for their community service efforts. Kasey Cook, Mary Kate Kelley and Grace Stroman all received the Gold Award in recognition of more than 100 hours of community service in the past twelve months. The young ladies could be found in so many different venues around Reading as they earned the award. You might have seen them tending for an Adopt an Island, tutoring at the middle school, helping to host the Teacher Appreciation Breakfast, Running the Hoops for Heart Program, working at their churches, volunteering at the library, helping the Rotary Club, or volunteering as part of Reading Girl Scouts, to name a few.

    The scouts were honored at a ceremony during a recent Girl Scout event held in Plymouth, MA. Younger scouts from Reading were honored to be able to make the presentations of the Gold Awards to the older scouts. In the upcoming twelve months, Cook, Kelley and Stroman will continue their community service efforts and hope that other youngsters in Reading will join them. Children as young as five years old can earn the award.

    According to the President’s Council, recognizing and honoring volunteers sets a standard for service, encourages a sustained commitment to civic participation, and inspires others to make service a central part of their lives. The President’s Volunteer Service Award recognizes individuals, families, and groups that have achieved a certain standard – measured by the number of hours of service over a 12-month period or during their entire lifetime.




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