Challenge & Change Celebration - Girl Scouts
June 3 7:00 PM Eden Hall, Southwestern Oregon Community College 800-338-5248 x6828 email@example.com Website
May 19, 2011
Challenge & Change Celebration
Eden Hall, Coos Bay
You are invited to a video premiere by our local Girl Scouts Challenge and Change Leadership Program. This teen leadership Girl Scout program designs and leads projects that create positive change in local communities. These Girl Scouts decided that children should learn early about drug awareness and bullying through written handouts and video presentations. They believe it will make a difference to have these videos and handouts designed for children by children. Girl Scout, Mackenzie Giles, will present a anti-drug booklet and a anti-bullying brochure campaign. Alexis Miller will present an anti-drug video called Going That Way and Josie Dixon will present an anti-Bullying puppet video called Bullying. Join the celebration and discover the difference three local Girl Scouts can make!
Date: Friday, June 3, 2011
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Eden Hall, Southwestern Oregon Community College, Coos Bay, OR
Connie Gerling, Volunteer Coordinator, Women’s Safety & Resource Center
If you would like more information about our organization, please contact Michelle Clinch, Director of Communications, at 800-338-5248 x6828 or firstname.lastname@example.org About Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington Our council serves 18, 791 girls in 37 counties with the help of over 11,000 volunteers. The Girl Scout mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Every opportunity in Girl Scouting develops these essential skills in an all-girl, inclusive, safe environment. Our success is demonstrated by the fact that Girl Scout alumnae make up 80 percent of female executives and business
owners, and two-thirds of women serving in the U.S. Congress. Girl Scouts will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2012. For more information, please visit girlscoutsosw.org.