River Valleys’ year-long Centennial celebration is coming to a close. For the final event on October 13, Girl Scouts and volunteers from across River Valleys will participate in the Centennial Day of Service, the largest Take Action project in River Valleys’ history. Here’s why you won’t want to miss it:
- This is the last opportunity that girls and volunteers will have to participate in the Girl Scouts’ Centennial celebration. This historic event will not happen again in our lifetimes.
- This is a rare chance to hang out with girls and volunteers from all across the council. All 49 counties in River Valleys will be participating.
- Participating on October 13 is one of the steps to earning your Leaf Rocker patch. (See full Centennial Day of Service patch requirements.)
- You’ll make a real difference to the environment by keeping local waterways clear, and fish and aquatic wildlife healthy.
- You’ll help your local community and communities throughout River Valleys save millions of dollars in clean-up costs.
With the support and participation of our Girl Scouts, alumnae and volunteers, Centennial Day of Service will demonstrate the true impact of what Girl Scouts can do. Are you ready to join us and make the world a better place? Take action and sign up now.