It’s here! Centennial Day of Service is today and thousands of Girl Scouts are out cleaning up organic matter to prevent phosphorous from polluting our lakes and streams.
Throughout the day, we will be updating this post with news about Centennial Day of Service. Keep refreshing the page to see the newest updates. You can also follow the #CDOS hashtag on Twitter to find news from us and volunteers working today.
Please call 800-845-0787 with any immediate questions. Staff are available from 8 am to 5 pm.
7:13 am — Share Your Story
We are receiving the first posts on our Facebook wall from people getting ready this morning, and we’d love to hear from you too. Post your pictures and stories today, so we can all share the experience. If you tweet or check-in, include the #CDOS hashtag to join the conversation.
9:08 am – First Pictures Coming In
Volunteers are starting to share pictures of their CDOS activities. You can see all of our images as they come in on our Flickr page.
10:31 am – Girl Scouts on the KARE11 Morning Show
Viewers of the KARE11 Morning Show learned about the Centennial Day of Service and the activities of Girl Scouts throughout the council this morning.
11:19 am – Don’t Forget To Report Your Activities
River Valleys is working with our partners at the Freshwater Society to track the impact of today’s activities. Use this form on their site to share what you and your girls did today.
1:37 pm – Morning Activities Wrapping Up
Many of the Centennial Day of Service events are starting to wrap up, but there are still a few ongoing through the afternoon. Still send in pictures to our Facebook page, and watch our Flickr set for new pictures. Make sure to complete your activity report to show the full impact of today’s work.
6:15 pm – Thank You Everyone!
The Centennial Day of Service was a great success! Thank you for all of your hard work and support. Keep watching our Flickr and Facebook feeds to see new pictures as they are updated. Watch our site over the coming days and weeks for details about today’s impact. Put your email address into the field at the top right to have our new blog posts sent to you right as they’re published.
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