In the News

Girls Can Do Anything – Rosie’s Girls – Exploring the Skilled Trades!

June 15, 2016 (St. Paul, Minn.) Girl Scouts River Valleys, in partnership with Dunwoody College of Technology, will provide a an opportunity for middle school girls to explore careers in the skilled trades through Rosie’s Girls day camp. At Rosie’s Girls, girls can embody Rosie the Riveter as they learn to weld, wire, build, draft, and design from women instructors.

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Troop 16004 Brings “Buddy Bench” to St. John’s

June 9, 2016 (Burnsville-Savage, Minn.) For their Bronze Award, fifth-graders in Burnsville-Savage Girl Scout Troop 16004 installing a “buddy bench” at St. John the Baptist Catholic School in Savage. Through their project, the girls hope to reduce loneliness and build friendships at their school.

Read the full Savage Pacer article.

Thank You to Our Fearless Leaders Who Went Over the Edge!

June 9, 2016 (Rochester, Minn.) We are so grateful for all of the rappellers, donors, volunteers, and spectators who supported Over the Edge on June 9! Over 70 rappellers (including River Valleys CEO, Tish Bolger!) raised money in support of Girl Scouts for a chance to rappel nine stories down the U.S. Bank building in downtown Rochester. Thanks to all the fearless leaders in our community!

Check out media coverage from the event on KTTC News and KIMT News.

Girl Scouts River Valleys Names 2016 Women of Distinction Honorees

March 2, 2016 (St. Paul, Minn.) Girl Scouts River Valleys has named five Twin Cities area women to honor as Women of Distinction, for the 2016 Women of Distinction event. The program celebrates female leaders who exemplify the Girl Scout mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

Read the full news release.

Girl Scouts River Valleys’ Cookie Program featured in Pioneer Press 

January 21, 2016 (St. Paul, Minn.) As we’re gearing up for cookie season, the Pioneer Press dives into Girl Scout Cookie sales in the Twin Cities, including the recent switch of bakers.

Read the full Pioneer Press article.