Girl Scout Ambassador, Tiffany Nelson interviewing Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers.

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Portraits in Leadership

Girl Scouts Interview Women Members of Congress

Girls Scouts profiled women members of Congressboth Republicans and Democratsto highlight their advice to girls everywhere who aspire to become leaders in their communities. Click on the link below to discover what women Members of Congress have to say about the important role Girl Scouts plays in developing leadership skills in girls.

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Girl Scout Cookie season is just around the corner

The Annual Girl Scout Cookie Program
is the world’s largest girl-led entrepreneurial
business. Through the cookie progam, girls
develop five essential skills that they can use
for the rest of their lives: Click Here

Save The Date!

The Spokane Cookie Rally is Feb. 7, 2015



Holiday Office Hours

Our council offices will be closed to the public for the holidays from 
Dec. 24-Jan. 2. We will be open to the public at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 5. If you need to reach council staff, please use email, or call the main number at 509-747-8091.

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Stay up to date with all things Girl Scouts. Find out where the next event will be, and when and where the cookie booth sales are. Learn about the great things girls are up to. To contact Julie Gardner, our Chief Communications Officer, 
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For a password to the calendar, please contact your regional Membership, Volunteer and Program (MVP) Coordinator at 1-800-827-9478

Region 1 calendar                             Marcy Mastelext. 218 

Region 3 calendar                            Jennifer Youngext. 243 

Region 6 calendar                            Cheryl Reeseext. 244

Region 7 calendar                            Kaley Eakinext. 415

Region 8 calendar                            Jodi Walter, ext. 208


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Girl Scout volunteers come from all walks of life; they are men, women, young professionals, retirees, college students, and more. Girl Scouts needs more volunteers so every girl has the chance to experience the positive effects of scouting. Become a volunteer today! Click Here

Frosting the Day Away. . .
December 22-23–$20 per day
Make a sweet start to your winter break! Enjoy your winter vacation with us at the Girl Scout Program Center. Yule learn how to make seasonal frosted cookies from around the world, then get creative as you make your own unique homemade crafts for the holidays, all this and so much more! 
Hours: 9 am to 4 pm

It’s Snow Secret. . . 
December 29-31–$20 per day
Ahh Winter,  one of the seasons that makes us feel all warm and fuzzy. Skate at the Ice Palace in Riverfront Park, then warm up with hot cocoa (mmm chocolate). Go nutty, as you make your very own nutcracker. Chill out and end the week with an early New Year’s party. How cool is that? 
Hours: 9 am to 4 pm

To register or to contact Lacey, 

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Girls Voted
and we listened! 

Outdoor Recreation has been chosen as the theme for the next set of Outdoor badges. The second phase of Girls’ Choice voting for the Outdoor badges begins today.

Help spread the news. The polls will remain open until December 31, and the winning badges will be announced on March 12, 2015.

To cast your vote at Girls' Choice, 

Click Here