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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

In 1956, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. described Girl Scouts as “a force for desegregation.” In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day all GSWNGL offices and shops will be closed. This day has traditionally been a day of community service for individuals, businesses, and Girl Scouts. There are many community events Girl Scouts can […]

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2015 Camp Planner

Check your mailbox between January 12 and 23 to find the 2015 Camp Planner. Inside you’ll discover all the exciting adventures we have planned. Camp registration begins on January 14, 2015. Remember, girls can use the Cookie Dough they earn through the Cookie Program to fund fun at Girl Scout Camp. Want to start planning […]

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Portraits in Leadership

In a series of interviews with female members of the United States Congress, Girl Scouts across the country sat down with their Congresswomen to learn about their individual leadership journeys and discover what inspired them to take on leadership roles. Here is Girl Scout Ambassador Hallie Kircher-Henning speaking with Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin; visit the […]

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Introducing Digital Cookie!

Online cookie sales are coming soon! That’s right, beginning January 23—opening day of the 2015 cookie season—girls will be able to invite their customers to order their favorite sweets from home, delivered right to their doors! Digital Cookie is an exciting new addition that brings the Cookie Program fully into the 21st century. The platform […]

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Making Charitable Gifts on #GivingTuesday

Black Friday. Small Business Saturday. Cyber Monday. Around the holidays, many of us are focused on finding the perfect gifts to put under the tree. But on #GivingTuesday, we encourage our friends in the community to focus on charitable gifts of donations or service to organizations they care about. A global network of 3.2 million […]

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NEW Outdoor Badges: Be Part of the Change!

We are so excited about the new outdoors badges GSUSA will be rolling out next year! Better yet, they’re giving YOU a say in what the overall theme of these badges will be. The three options are outdoor recreation, outdoor environment, and outdoor survival. Which badges do you want to earn? The poll is open […]

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Join us for Ladies of the Lab

In a world being transformed by technology, only one-fifth of American scientists and engineers are women. The Girl Scout Research Institute found that girls’ future career choices are more influenced by inspiring role models than by academic interests. For this reason, we are proud to bring you Ladies of the Lab, a leadership mentoring event […]

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Green Bay Collaborative Center Open House

Join us on Monday, November 3 from 4–6 p.m. for the Associated Bank – NeighborWorks Green Bay Collaborative Center open house at 112 N. Adams St. in downtown Green Bay. Tours of the new facility and highlights of each organization will be run by our Council, Brown County United Way, and NeighborWorks Green Bay staff. […]

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An Unforgettable Adventure Awaits!

This June, girls in grades 6–12 will travel by train and bus through the breathtaking sights of Colorado and the American Southwest. We’ll visit the Grand Canyon, swim in hot springs, raft the Colorado River, and tent under the stars in some of our country’s most treasured national parks. ALL girls (of age) are invited […]

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GSNWGL Appoints New CDO

We are pleased to welcome Andy Heuer to our staff team as GSNWGL’s new Chief Development Officer. Andy will be responsible for overseeing all development and communications efforts for our Council. Andy brings with him a significant record of accomplishment in nonprofit fundraising; his past experience out of Middletown, Connecticut includes Director of Development and […]

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