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Albion Scout troops offering signups May 4
News     27 Apr 2016 | 3:42 pm
For more information, call Cubmaster Jan Malenfant at 401-765-4240 or e-mail at Girl Scout Troop 1711 is open to girls entering grades K-5 in the fall. The troop meets on Tuesday nights from 6:30-7:30pm at St. Ambrose Hall. This spring ......

Boy Scouts holding Pole Hill open house May 7
News     27 Apr 2016 | 3:14 pm
Boy Scouts of Ballard Vale Troop 76 will be camping and holding an open house at the Andover Conservation Commission’s Pole Hill Reservation on May 7 from 1-5 p.m. The Troop, sponsored by the Ballard Vale United Church, was recognized as stewards of the ......

Nicole Nobles Combines Her Love of Animals and Reading in her Gold Award Take Action Project
Blog     27 Apr 2016 | 2:55 pm
Nicole's Take Action Project brought together elementary school students who were struggling in reading with a patient, kind, and nonjudgmental listener -- a dog named Hoss.  This positive, encouraging (and fun) environment helped these students improve their reading scores by up to 50%.Nicole has been a Girl Scout for 13 years, and has gone from attending programs and events to organizing several for her sister Girl Scouts. She has earned her Bronze and Silver Awards.  Nicole will graduate from Spanish Fort High School.  She plans on attending Auburn University to study Microbiology, and then on to veterinary school, with the ultimate goal of...

For Girl Scouts, coding is the new homemaking
News     27 Apr 2016 | 12:56 pm
REDLANDS >> Girl Scouts USA is taking steps to change the fact that women continue to be underrepresented in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. Katherine Li Smith was hired by Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council as STEM ......

DEA Advisor and Youth Member Share How Exploring Shaped Their Futures
Blog     27 Apr 2016 | 11:01 am
Despite coming from different backgrounds and facing unique challenges of their own, two individuals from DEA Exploring Post 9910 say it’s Exploring that turned their obstacles into opportunities and opened their eyes to a better tomorrow. Exploring helped guide two teens on a path toward success, confidence, and trust and now they are sharing the many ways their life improved after joining the law enforcement program. Jarius is a law enforcement Exploring advisor who says Exploring helped him turn his back on the gangs, drugs, and violence that plagued his neighborhood growing up in the Bronx of New York City. Adrianna is an Explorer...

The New Gear Lions Will Be Sporting This Fall
Blog     27 Apr 2016 | 9:37 am
When the Lions begin to roar this fall, they’ll be wearing a cool new t-shirt and optional cap as their uniform! As we know, uniforming is an important method of Scouting. It helps BSA’s youth members feel special and a part of something great. That includes Lions! For councils participating in the pilot, your Scout Shops will soon learn how to obtain these great products. Check out the awesome designs in this sneak peek… What do you think about the new Lion merchandise? Share your comments and questions below! The post The New Gear Lions Will Be Sporting This Fall appeared first on...

Girl Scouts interested in taking part in Summit events must apply by May 6
News     27 Apr 2016 | 8:50 am
The fee is $55 per participant. This would be a chance to scope out the place in anticipation of the upcoming 2017 Girl Scout Jamboree, June 28-July 2. These events are not only for Black Diamond Council girls, but for other Girl Scouts across the nation ......

Fuel Your Growth Plan With These Council Success Stories
Blog     27 Apr 2016 | 8:47 am
Last week, BSA hosted the National Growth Conference, an event created to build excitement and alignment around membership growth, nationwide. The conference was broadcast live from an AT&T studio in downtown Dallas, not far from the National Service Center. Staff members and volunteers from across the country shared fresh takes on our Game Plan, membership goals, and inspiring best practices, all with a goal of expanding Scouting’s programs to more of our nation’s youth. Just a few of the topics discussed were: A district executive who doubled his Cub Scout recruiting year over year How a council surpassed their Build an Adventure recruitment goals...

Veterans Home residents compete in third annual pinewood derby; participation open to all veterans
News     27 Apr 2016 | 8:27 am
IVINS — The Southern Utah Veterans Home, located in Ivins, is hosting its third annual pinewood derby race Saturday at 2 p.m. Racers in the past have been limited to residents and staff of the home, but this year, any veteran in the community who wants ......

Naperville Cub Scout Pack's Earth Day Project Is "Da Bomb"
News     27 Apr 2016 | 8:16 am
Naperville Cub Scout Pack 503 recently celebrated Earth Day by making seed bombs to plant at Hobson West Park in South Naperville and performing spring clean up there, as well. Over 55 Cub Scouts and adults from the Pack performed approximately 100 hours ......

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