On May 4, an uncharacteristically sun-drenched Saturday, Girl Scouts of Western Washington with the Women’s Funding Alliance and many other partners convened the inaugural State of the Girl(s) Summit in
Tenacious. Spirited. Champion. Fighter.
When an unofficial poll was conducted of over 150 Girl Scout staff and community members, asking them to share their thoughts about Cheryl Chow, nearly all of them used these words to sum up Cheryl’s work in the community and with Girl Scouts of Western Washington. These words aptly describe a woman who, as a principal, drill team leader, city council member, Girl Scout staffer and parent, has spent her life as an advocate for children. Read more
Going to Girl Scout Camp doesn’t always mean exploring the outdoors! How about going to a camp that involves shopping plus learning about a career?! That’s what some of our teen girls recently did when they attended Camp Old Navy. Read more
We’ve spent all year celebrating Girl Scouts’ 100th Anniversary with fun events to commemorate a century of Girl Scouts. Though most celebrations have been fleeting, we’re happy to tell you about a new way we’ve honored our centennial that can be seen and cherished by Girl Scouts for the next 100 years! Thanks to life-long Girl Scout, Karyn Livingston, a brand new totem pole has been erected at Camp River Ranch! The totem was installed at camp last week, and there was a general blessing ceremony on August 15, with campers and counselors in attendance. Read more