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First-Time Leaders: Explore Girl Scout Training Opportunities

As a new leader, you are required to attend certain training sessions within the first four months of being appointed. In addition to required training, River Valleys also offers exciting ...more First-Time Leaders: Explore Girl Scout Training Opportunities

Join the Relief Effort for Girl Scouts of Japan

Join the Relief Effort for Girl Scouts of Japan

We are devastated by the catastrophe in Japan and, on a personal level, are deeply concerned about our sisters there, the Girl Scouts of Japan. USA Girl Scouts Overseas has ...more Join the Relief Effort for Girl Scouts of Japan

Volunteer Highlight: Karen Peed

Volunteer Highlight: Karen Peed

Karen Peed likes to tell new Girl Scout volunteers at recruitment meetings, “This is not that hard. The girls will help you more than you can believe. They want you ...more Volunteer Highlight: Karen Peed

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Tips for First-Time Leaders: Early Bird Registration Has its Perks!

Every spring many River Valleys Girl Scout leaders take the opportunity to complete Early Bird registration. This is a time during the spring when leaders can re-register their current Girl ...more Tips for First-Time Leaders: Early Bird Registration Has its Perks!

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Volunteer Highlight: Don Lee

As a first-time troop leader, Don Lee found a successful way to get girls to return to troop meetings each time – by teaching fire-building. “On the first night, we ...more Volunteer Highlight: Don Lee

Program Essentials Resource: Journeys Tips

Program Essentials Resource: Journeys Tips

Attention Leaders: Check out these useful tips for using Girl Scout journey books When thinking about opening a Girl Scout journey book for the first time, and maybe even the ...more Program Essentials Resource: Journeys Tips

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First-Time Leaders: Help Your Girl Scouts Stay Connected Throughout the Summer

Girl Scouting doesn’t have to be just an activity for girls during the school year; there are many ways for girls to participate in Girl Scouting all throughout the summer. ...more First-Time Leaders: Help Your Girl Scouts Stay Connected Throughout the Summer

First-Time Leaders: Spring is for Celebrating!

First-Time Leaders: Spring is for Celebrating!

It is Girl Scout tradition to celebrate girls’ accomplishments, as they learn new skills, build confidence, and explore new things. One traditional way for leaders to help their Girl Scouts ...more First-Time Leaders: Spring is for Celebrating!

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Volunteer Highlight: Cindy Sanders

With eight years of experience as a Girl Scout under her belt, Cindy Sanders embarked on the journey of leading a group of 24 first- and second-grade Girl Scout Brownies ...more Volunteer Highlight: Cindy Sanders

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Volunteer Highlight: Julia Miller

Julia Miller began her adult leadership journey with Girl Scouts 17 years ago in Germany as part of Girl Scout Overseas. After attending a new member night and offering to ...more Volunteer Highlight: Julia Miller