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Guest Editoral: Girl Scout Kelly Tracey

Did you know Girl Scouts can change your life? I started as a Daisy in Kindergarten and now I am a Cadette in eighth grade. That’s almost nine years in Girl Scouts—and I plan to be a Girl Scout for life! I do not regret a single second of my journey so far. Girl Scouts is not only about having fun—I’ve learned how to help others, become a  ...

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Guest Editorial: Girl Scout Lily Collins

My name is Lily Collins and I have been in Girl Scouts for 10 years this year. I joined as soon as I was old enough. My mom had always wanted to lead her own troop if she ever had a daughter. Being in Girl Scouts has been an AMAZING experience and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. I have been to many different place because of Girl Scouts,  ...

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Guest Editorial: Girl Scout Alex Stelter

My name is Alex Stelter. I am a senior in high school and a Girl Scout—since kindergarten. My Girl Scout experience has changed my life. Since joining the organization 13 years ago, I have had many adventures, including traveling around the United States and the world. I have also gone to camp, whitewater rafting, and participated in  ...

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It’s Your World — Change It: No Straw November

At Girl Scouts, we build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. This is true not only for girls in western Ohio, but for girls all across the country! Which is why we were so excited to learn that a Girl Scout working on her Gold Award project in San Juan Bautista, California was making waves in Ohio!  ...

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