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The Girl Scout World Centre — a Volunteer’s Perspective

During her August vacation, troop leader and registration volunteer Kristin Odegard took a tour of Pax Lodge, the Girl Scout World Centre in London.  Upon arriving at the Lodge, I ...more The Girl Scout World Centre — a Volunteer’s Perspective

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Troop Leaders Needed for New Girl Scout Members

Each fall, the council receives a significant level of interest from girls and families who are eager to join a troop and begin their Girl Scout journey. Council staff and ...more Troop Leaders Needed for New Girl Scout Members

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Volunteer at this year’s Juliette Gordon Low Society Luncheon

Want to participate in a unique volunteer opportunity this fall? The 2012 Juliette Gordon Low Society Luncheon is a great opportunity for volunteers and troops to represent Girl Scouts and ...more Volunteer at this year’s Juliette Gordon Low Society Luncheon

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Girl Scout Days with Little Farm Hands at the MN State Fair

Girl Scouts River Valleys invites your troop or family to volunteer at Little Farm Hands for a three-hour shift on Saturday, September 1 or Sunday, September 2. Before and after ...more Girl Scout Days with Little Farm Hands at the MN State Fair

ConnectZ Cookie Manager — Troop Level Needed

ConnectZ Cookie Manager — Troop Level Needed

Girl Scout ConnectZ is a new initiative to reach under-served girls by partnering with school districts and community organizations to have River Valleys’ staff and volunteers deliver  the Girl Scout ...more ConnectZ Cookie Manager — Troop Level Needed

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Training Session Highlight

Are you a volunteer that is ready to go beyond the troop activities with girls, like cooking a meal and planning an overnight? Complete Girls Cook In (1.5 hours) and ...more Training Session Highlight

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Gold Award Project Restores Flag Pole to Katherine Abbott Park

On October 15, over 75 people gathered for the biannual Katherine Abbott Park Clean-Up. This year’s fall clean-up was special because a flag was raised on a newly erected 30’ ...more Gold Award Project Restores Flag Pole to Katherine Abbott Park

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First-Time Leaders: Planning for 2011-2012 – Your First Troop Meeting

It’s hard to believe, but the end of summer is just around the corner, and it’s time to start thinking about your first Girl Scout meeting this fall. The girls ...more First-Time Leaders: Planning for 2011-2012 – Your First Troop Meeting

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Volunteer Highlight: Cathy McCoy

Cathy McCoy cherishes her many memories in Girl Scouts beginning at the age of seven and continuing through her senior year of high school. She credits her two wonderful troop ...more Volunteer Highlight: Cathy McCoy

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Volunteer Highlight: Erin Barwis

Erin Barwis wants prospective Girl Scout volunteers to know that you don’t have to have a five-year-old girl to get involved. She has been a Girl Scout for twenty-five years ...more Volunteer Highlight: Erin Barwis