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UPCOMING EVENTS

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CEO Blog: Talking to Your Children about Sexual Assault

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This is a message to all of you out there who have a teenager in your life whom you love. The sexual assault allegations against a Supreme Court hopeful have been making headlines in every type of media, and it’s not just adults who are talking about the issue.

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Where Your Girl Belongs

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Girls are first at Girl Scouts. And they always will be.

Girl Scouts is her home turf, her go-to place where she’s free to try new things and just be herself, no matter what her interests are. And now there’s even more to explore, with new badges in robotics, outdoor adventuring, cybersecurity, and environmental stewardship—to name just a few! Join or volunteer today, and give her the tools to shine!

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An Engineer’s Bid to Modernize the Girl Scouts

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Sylvia Acevedo, Girl Scouts of the USA CEO, a former IBM executive with degrees in industrial engineering, is emphasizing science and technology in her effort to revive the storied organization.

When Sylvia Acevedo was a fourth-grade Girl Scout in New Mexico in the 1960s, most of her troop mates were trying to get the badge for cooking. But that wasn’t enough for Ms. Acevedo: She wanted the science badge too.

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Kids Volunteer at the Pollinator Garden!

12 Oct 2018

This summer some amazing Reminderville residents volunteered to help weed the Village pollinator garden on Glenwood Blvd. The group consisted of moms, dads, neighbors, kids, and Girl Scouts!

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Edison senior to receive Girl Scout Gold Award

11 Oct 2018

Edison High School senior Heyley Ketchum will present her Girl Scout Gold Award project at 6 p.m. tonight in cooperation with the Nourishing Huron County Garden project. The garden is located in front of the Norwalk movie theater complex on the city’s north side.