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With the Girl Scouts, you'll make a bunch of new friends and have a ton of new experiences that show how exciting the world is, and how awesome you are, over and over again. So, what are you waiting for? Start the fun today!

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Be A Volunteer!

Do you know someone who would make a great role model? Invite a friend to become a Girl Scout volunteer! When you invite a friend to start a new Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, or Junior troop, you get $50 to spend at Girl Scouts' official online store and your friend will receive free volunteer tools that will help each girl take on new adventures! www.girlscouts.org/inviteafriend

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Find a recruiting event near you!

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It's that time of year again: Back-to-School! When she makes the decision to become a Girl Scout, she's  signing up for lasting memories, amazing opportunities, and important skills that are sure to take her far as she completes life's milestones.

Find a recruiting event near you and watch her get excited about all of the friends, fun and possibilities that Girl Scouts has to offer!

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Daisy's Circle: A new, exciting way to give!

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Meet Daisy's Circle, a brand new giving initiative that gives our supporters the opportunity to pledge monthly gifts that will help enrich the Girl Scout experience for 27,000 girls across northeast Texas!

With your help through Daisy's Circle, you'll inspire her courage, encourage her confidence, honor her character and empower her to make the world a better place.

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NEWS

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Girl Scouts Launch Free Library Project

20 Jul 2015

“A lot of people come to the park and if you’re not going to be playing on the playground, what are you going to do, play on your phone?” Cook said. “Now, you can read.”

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Girl Scout Dedicates Special Project to Helping Van Elementary School

15 Jul 2015

An East Texas Girl Scout is asking for the community's help for her gold award project. Fifteen-year-old Taylor Rapp decided to dedicate the project to help J.E. Rhodes Elementary School in Van that was destroyed by a tornado in May.

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She’s No Cookie Cutter

08 Jul 2015

“We call Kit ‘Girl Scout royalty,’” said Jennifer Bartkowski, CEO of Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas.