Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Dove is running a special promotion this October in which anyone who buys Dove products can have $1 from their purchase donated to one of the three partner organizations.
To participate, consumers who buy Dove products can go to www.dove.com, indicate the Dove product purchased via UPC code, and select the charity to receive the donation. All donations directed to GSUSA will go toward funding additional uniquely ME! programs at the council level. Consumers have until December 15, 2009 to donate to the charity of their choice.
Girl Scouts of the USA and the uniquely ME! program will be featured on www.dove.com, and Dove will celebrate individuals who are getting involved and making a difference for girls.
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Monday, September 21, 2009
Thursday, September 17, 2009
|Pictured Left to Right: GSNCA CEO Trish
GSNCA Board Members: Holley Lagrone, Alice Williams, Judy Neil,
Peggie Myles, Phyllis Davis; GSNCA Board Chair Chris Ross;
and CFGB Vice President of Philanthropy Jan Bell.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Annalisa is the daughter of David and Suzzane Fowler. She graduated from Haleyville High School and currently attends the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Annie Goodwin of the Huntsville Madison County Public Library commented, “It is my opinion that Stephanie met a very crucial need within out public library: a teen –led program for teens. Members were engaged in book discussions and were proactively working together to make selections for future meetings. That Stephanie’s book club is sustainable and will continue to serve teens in the future is very promising for the further development of teen programming at the library.”
Stephanie is the daughter of Susan. She graduated from Westminster Christian Academy and currently attends the University of North Alabama.
Janis Barksdale, Camp Director for Camp Fletcher, writes, “I must say when we first discussed the project in the spring I did not realize the true impact it would have on the camp. The benches Catherine built will allow better seating around the flag pole for group gatherings. Many of her environmental activities using recycled materials such as the newspaper hats, crayon kaleidoscopes and pictures with sticks were enjoyed by the campers so much that we plan to implement these activities into some of our programming. They really enjoyed digging in the creek searching for invertebrates creating lasting memories at camp. Her interest and commitment has definitely earned her the name given by campers as ‘The Environmental Lady’. The recycle bins and compose bins are also greatly appreciated and will permit better programming for future trips and camp sessions held at Camp Fletcher.”
Catherine is the daughter of Cliff and Donna and attended Hoover High School. She currently attends Auburn University and is majoring in Civil Engineering.
Monday, September 14, 2009
|L-R: Victoria, Mary
Elizabeth, Anna Caroline, Olivia, |
Ashley, Shelby, Cameron, Macy , Erin and Kennedy (not pictured)
Photo: L-R J. Bruce Jones, Honorary Federal Republic of Germany Consul for Alabama; the Honorable Klaus Scharioth, Federal Republic of Germany Ambassador to the United States; Trish Coghlan, CEO of the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama; the Honorable Lutz Goergens, Federal Republic of Germany Consul General of the Southeastern United States.
Friday, September 4, 2009
Junior Troop 1001 preparing for the flag ceremony
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Girls made bracelets with many kinds of beads and got to snack on Chick-Fil-A nuggets. Special thanks to Chick-Fil-A for donating half of the nuggets and special milkshake coupons, and to Sportsman Lake Park for the use of the Park! Also thanks to Margaret Holmes and her Senior/Ambassadors for helping with the event!