Girl Scouts Mark Century

Across Northeast Texas, more than 35,000 women and girls call themselves Girl Scouts. That number jumps to more than 10 million across the globe.

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Girl Scouts Getting New 21st Century Badges

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Girl Scouts’ Honor Camp Whispering Oaks by "Leaving a Legacy" on Oct. 29, 2011

Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas' volunteers, alumnae and troop members willcome together on Sat., Oct. 29 2011 to celebrate one of it’s beloved legacy camps, Camp Whispering Oaks. After 50 years of offering Girl Scouts outdoor leadership and camping opportunities, the camp will close its doors after the ceremony.

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The Women's Museum to Close Its Doors

Last week we learned the heartbreaking news that the Women's Museum: An Institute for the Future, would be closing its doors at the end of October after 11 years as the first American museum dedicated solely to women and representative of one of 3 women's museums worldwide. What does this mean for women's history? Can we afford, as a society, to let it close its doors? And if we can, how will we keep the stories of women's journeys alive?

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