In 1912, Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low sold her strand of pearls to fund the Girl Scout movement. Continuing in her legacy, guests at the Women of Distinction luncheon can participate in a jewelry silent auction to support Girl Scouts ConnectZ.
Join us as we celebrate Girl Scout alumnae and reconnect with traditions and the amazing Girl Scout community! Program highlights of this annual event include remarks by alumnae speakers, presentation of the annual Forever Green Award, and updates from the River Valleys Alumnae Association Leadership team. Forever Green Breakfast March 12, 2016 | 9:30AM to 12PM […]
Thanks to our outstanding supporters on Give to the Max Day! On November 12, Girl Scouts River Valleys raised $7,465 to help girls in our community go places in life. Through Girl Scouts, 32,000 girls in our community have opportunities to travel, explore careers, discover their future possibilities, and much more! Girl Scouts are going places and you […]
Kira was one of over 1,300 girls that attended resident camp with Girl Scouts River Valleys this summer and she has an extra special camp story. Because she is blind, most people think that Kira isn’t able to do the things other 11-year-old girls do. But Kira has the most positive attitude and perspective on […]