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Buying the Birthplace

I have had the good fortune to make two trips to the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace in Savannah in the past month. In between, I decided to learn more about the history of the building. 557 more words

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We Finally Have Thin Mint Beer To Solve All Our Problems

Girl Scouts are turning up. Those little pioneer women are turning what was once a quaint, badge-collecting crew of campers into a damn empire. Not only has the Girl Scout cookie roster expanded to include… 395 more words

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I have papers strewn all over my desk, with all kinds of ideas and notes for this blog. ¬†Today I picked up one that said “VolunteerMatch.org” ( 317 more words

Shamelessly Shilling

First, I wish to excuse myself to all the folks who read this humble blog from outside of the United States and not merely because of, well, you know… 334 more words

The View From The Tower

Who's That Girl Scout? The Yellow Brick Girl

She’s the fresh-faced young lady in a khaki pork-pie hat beaming in a vintage Girl Scout poster.

Her friendly face is also captured on a vintage pin-back button. 516 more words

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Girl Scouts Celebrate A Century Of Cookie Sales With New Flavor

ALAMEDA (KPIX 5) — The Girl Scouts of America marked their 100th year for cookie sales this week with a new flavor being made available in the Bay Area. 270 more words


A Light to Pierce the Darkness

We are living in tumultuous times right now. But, no matter how dark and scary it seems, you only need one light to pierce the darkness.   444 more words