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Bling That Booth – 2016 Girl Scout Cookie Sale

January 11, 2016

Bling Your Booth

By Amy Vitale, Product Sales Manager

Girl Scout Cookie Season is here!  We are in the business of selling awesomeness at Girl Scouts – NC Coastal Pines, and from January 16 – March 6, girls have the opportunity to be part of the largest girl-led business in the world.

And this year, we have made it easier and more exciting for troops to get out there and host a cookie booth. Our very own Girl Scout Troop #3301 came together to share how they build and bling their cookie booth, make sales, and celebrate their success.  Check out how awesome they are – cookie costumes included! Awesome Troop Cookie Booth Training Video

Another great resource is our 2016 Cookie Booth Reference Guide full of great information on hosting a safe and successful cookie booth. Plus, you’ll find tips for securing high traffic booth locations near you. With screen shots to help you through the process, this guide is packed with all the facts you need to secure a booth online in Snap+!

Ready to take your troop’s cookie booth to the next level? Join our Bling Your Booth contest sponsored by Girl Scouts of the USA for a chance to win $250! Check out this video for all the contest details.

We hope you and your girls have a great Cookie Sale. Most of all have a great time together, and have fun blinging out your cookie booth!

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Happy Birthday to the Girl Scout Gold Award!

January 11, 2016

 

Girl Scout Gold Award

By Eileen Miller, Program Director

This year marks the 100th anniverary of the Girl Scout Gold Award which is the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn.  While it has gone through numerous changes over the years (Golden Eaglet of Merit, Golden Eaglet, First Class, Curved Bar, Gold Bar and Gold Award), the meaning of this national award has always remained consistent. A young woman who has earned her Girl Scout Gold Award has demonstrated leadership and citizenship skills that set her apart. A recipient has used her creativity and ingenuity, donating 80 hours or more, to make her community a better place.

To celebrate this momentous occasion, Girl Scouts – NC Coastal Pines award recipients have shared some personal reflections about the meaning the award has brought to their lives.

SadhanaA“In the lives of busy high school students, there are few activities that can inspirit outreach as Girl Scouts can. Through my Girl Scout Gold Award I merged my passion for innovative science with a purpose to excite kids, especially girls, towards the unimaginable possibilities in STEM. My Girl Scout Gold Award allowed me to learn from, teach, and most importantly, inspire youth through my maturation. The sense of fulfillment I received from being able to design and perform my project was a feeling that I wanted to have life-long which led me to choose a career path towards social impact with science.” – Sadhana




AddyP“Earning the Girl Scout Gold Award has been an incredible achievement! I met a lot of interesting people and I hope I inspired younger girls to “Go for the Gold”! Girl Scouts has set the bar high for the award requirements. It was hard work! But I am so glad that I did it, even though it was challenging to balance school work while researching my project.  Over all it was an amazing experience! Congratulations Girl Scout Gold Award on your 100th anniversary.”– Addy




RachelH“As a Girl Scout for the past twelve years, I wanted to complete my Girl Scout Gold Award because I feel that it is my duty to give back to the community. It was an opportunity to turn my passion into action, new connections, and to experience the joy of being an educator. To me, the Gold Award is especially significant because it epitomizes the skills of leadership, diplomacy, and commitment to doing the right thing that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.” – Rachel





BrittnayB“Earning my Girl Scout Gold Award was meaningful because music has always been my passion along with helping people. My project allowed me to put these two things together and the outcome I created was a great accomplishment.”– Brittnay






Interested in making a difference in your local community? To learn more, register to attend a Girl Scout Gold Award workshop. Girl Scouts – NC Coastal Pines looks forward to celebrating and recognizing your future achievements.

Happy Birthday Girl Scout Gold Award!

 

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