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D&I Friday Read No. 168

According to the International Telecommunication Union there are significantly less women using the internet than men, and if we look at the least developed countries, that gap is even bigger. 196 more words

Childhood Memories of Momma

I was sewing this morning and as I was clipping stray threads and pausing to realign seam edges and move pins out of the way, I remembered the sounds of my mother doing the same thing, sitting at the sewing machine using the foot pedal to control the cadence of the whir of the needle as it moved along the path of fabric she was guiding between her hands. 519 more words


Yoplait introducing Girl Scout cookie flavored yogurt

(WANE) — Girl Scout cookies are branching out again, this time in the form of yogurt.

Yoplait is launching three new flavors inspired by the popular treats. 60 more words


70 Years of Girl Scout Memories

We say Girl Scouting inspires forever friendships, and we were overjoyed to hear about Girl Scout troop 57 of Malden who reunited to celebrate their 70th anniversary this past fall. 343 more words

Girl Scouts Of Eastern Massachusetts

Candy Cane Making

Anjali’s Girl Scout troop went to a tour of a small candy shop, McCords, where they demonstrated how they make candy canes by hand using a huge pot, lots of sugar and a peppermint flavoring. 104 more words

Andra Day and Academy Award Winner Common to Perform "Stand Up for Something" on the Girl Scout Float in 91st Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Depicting the power of girl leadership, the Girl Scout float design showcases a century of Girl Scout traditions and highlights today’s girls as capable of making great changes to benefit society.    183 more words

Nerisa Eugenia Waterman

Girl Scouts is the Ultimate Training Course for Life

Make a gift today to support the inclusive, all-girl experience of Girl Scouting.

When Mary Ann Tuft was in high school back in the late 1940s, her teacher invited all the girls in the class to be in an exclusive sorority – everyone except for Mary Ann that is. 500 more words

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