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Today’s blog is brought to you by Kathleen Baylis, Girl Leadership Specialist with GSNI. You can reach her at 815-962-5591, Ext. 7156, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

Girls, have you wanted to develop your leadership skills, travel, and make the world a better place? Do you care about the issues of teen violence, healthy relationships, basic needs such as hunger, poverty, homelessness, and natural disaster relief, inclusion/diversity, self-image/body image, education, and the status of women? Then you should consider applying to attend the Girl Scout Leadership Institute (GSLI). GSLI is held in conjunction with the Girl Scout National Convention, October 16–19, in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Don't miss out on these exciting programs! 

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Today’s blog post is brought to you by Katie Sullivan. Katie is a Girl Leadership Specialist- who focuses on STEM with GSNI. You can contact her at 847-741-5521, Ext. 7137, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

Do you know a Daisy who is ready to finish first grade? Is she excited to continue her Girl Scout Experience? Now is the time for her to bridge from Girl Scout Daisy to Girl Scout Brownie! She can earn the optional Bridging Award, just by following two simple steps.

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Did you know girl and adult members can now re-register for Girl Scouts online? GSNI is currently offering our popular Spring Registration feature! Now is the perfect time to register for the upcoming 2014–2015 Girl Scout membership year. You don’t have to worry about forgetting to register over a summer already hectic with camp and vacation, or in the fall when school and extracurricular activities are taking up so much time. Register now, and you’ll continue to have access to important local and global Girl Scout events and opportunities!

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Congratulations to Jennifer Vu of Lake Barrington for earning her Girl Scout Gold Award! Jenny created resource centers at Home of the Sparrow to help homeless children establish a foundation for a better education. Her project included donating educational materials and iPads with educational apps. The goal of the resource centers was to help children gain confidence and show them how they can improve in school.