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Memories from 1999, Rediscovered

In the city of Minnetonka 15 years ago, fifth grade girls from Troop 82 agreed to seal away keepsakes from their lives in a time capsule held onto by one ...more Memories from 1999, Rediscovered

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Volunteer Recognized for Lifetime of Service

When GSRV Development Officer, Steve Sanders arrived in Cannon Falls to meet with Colleen Schultz, he came bearing gifts. To the surprise of Colleen, she was presented with a letter ...more Volunteer Recognized for Lifetime of Service

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Alumnae Gather at Forever Green Breakfast

Girl Scout alumnae joined together to celebrate, reconnect and share memories at the Forever Green Breakfast on Saturday, March 15, 2014. The morning included a delicious breakfast at the Embassy ...more Alumnae Gather at Forever Green Breakfast

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Nominations Open for Forever Green Awards

Forever Green Awards are given to alumnae who have demonstrated outstanding commitment, exceptional service, and an extraordinary dedication to the Girl Scout Movement over time. They are alumnae whose leadership, ...more Nominations Open for Forever Green Awards

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Camping + Laughter Lead to a Lifetime of Connections

Laughter comes easily for mother and daughter Therese and Mary Britts, especially when the two start talking Girl Scouts. Therese is the matriarch of an exceptional family of Girl Scouts ...more Camping + Laughter Lead to a Lifetime of Connections

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Girl Scout Celebrates 50 Years of Membership

Growing up in the 1950s as the oldest girl of seven children in southern Indiana meant Elaine Orlando’s days were full of family responsibilities, leaving little time for her to ...more Girl Scout Celebrates 50 Years of Membership

Celebrating Black History Month

Celebrating Black History Month

Since its origination in 1926, Black History Month has served as a time to celebrate and reflect on the achievements of African American individuals during the month of February. Girl ...more Celebrating Black History Month

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A 30-Year Volunteer Still Giving Back

Gerri Fitzloff joined Girl Scouts for the first time as an adult when her daughter came home asking to be a Girl Scout Brownie in 1978. She has been a ...more A 30-Year Volunteer Still Giving Back

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Photographer with Girl Scout Roots

When viewing Girl Scouts River Valleys’ website, Facebook page or publications, it’s likely that you’ll come across the beautiful work of professional photographer Rebecca Pavlenko. Rebecca photographs many Girl Scouts River ...more Photographer with Girl Scout Roots

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Forever Green Breakfast

Join fellow alumnae over breakfast to reconnect and share Girl Scout memories. Last year’s breakfast was so successful the River Valleys Alumnae Association would like to continue this special event, ...more Forever Green Breakfast