July 29, 2014

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Girl Scouts make a difference in life Print E-mail

Girl Scouting is a non-formal and experiential educational program that promotes leadership skills in girls (5-17 years old). Grounded in the values of the Girl Scout Promise and Law, the program focuses on leadership and building girls of courage, confidence, and character within a safe, supportive environment. Girls partner with caring adults to create a wide range of fun and challenging leadership activities that empower them to discover, connect, and take action to make a difference in today’s world.

“Not only do we help girls reach their full leadership potential, we teach girls about science, technology, engineering and healthy living, along with how to contribute to their community, while having fun! More parents and school administrators are recognizing how Girl Scouting can positively affect their girl’s future.” said Ruby Webster, Center Director for Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road. “We are also in desperate need of volunteers who want to make an impact on tomorrow’s future leaders. Whether a person has time to give once a week or once a year, we have volunteer opportunities that will make a difference.”

For more information please contact Ruby Webster, Center Director, at rwebster@gswrc.org or Rhonda Ritzi, membership specialist, at rritzi@gswrc.org.