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Girl Scouts of North East Ohio Names 2022 Gray Foundation Scholarship Recipient

06 Jan 2022

Paige King of Strongsville, OH is the recipient of the 2022 Gray Foundation Scholarship. King, a 2021 graduate of Magnificat High School, has been actively involved in Girl Scouts for 13 years and is a lifetime member. King credits her years in Girl Scouts as positively impacting her desire to serve her community both in her faith and in her future career as a doctor.

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Girl Scouts of North East Ohio Hosts Dessert First Gala, Surpassing Fundraising Goal

26 Oct 2021

GSNEO is celebrating sweet success after its 21st Dessert First Gala raised more than $108,000, while challenging seven local chefs to create desserts featuring Girl Scout Cookies.

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Local Girl Scout Receives National Life-Saving Award: The Bronze Cross

08 Sep 2021

Girl Scout Senior Elizabeth Irwin has been awarded Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA)’s Lifesaving Award: The Bronze Cross for saving the life of her mother when they were in a car accident together. The Bronze Cross is one of the highest honors Girl Scouts can bestow and is one of two medals girls could earn for meritorious deeds related to saving a life.