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Girl Scout Leaders' Day, April 22

An essential key to the success of each and every Girl Scout is the troop leader. Every day, Girl Scout leaders help build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. They show their girls new places, help them explore different ideas and set them on the path for success. Today, as we recognize Girl Scout Leaders' Day, a heartfelt thank you to all our troop leaders for all you do.


Yours in Girl Scouting,

anne lynne


Important message regarding Camp Grove Point:

It has been brought to our attention that there are rumors about the dining hall at Grove Point. Please know there is a lot of incorrect information floating around, and we want to clear up any questions.


As you may or may not know, Camp Grove Point is over 50 years old. GSCB is currently experiencing structural issues with the dining hall at Camp Grove Point. We are researching solutions, including upgrading the kitchen at the Program Center to use for events, such as encampments, as well as summer camp.


We have had inspections completed and contractors on site to make an assessment of what will be required to resolve this challenge. The final report of the overall assessment is currently pending. All encampments have gone on as scheduled or rescheduled to a later date based on the needs of each individual event and/or encampment. The Property Manager at Camp Grove Point is personally contacting individuals with upcoming encampments to discuss all options to ensure all continue as scheduled.  Summer camp is scheduled as planned.


Should you have questions, please email them to  eoceanic@cbgsc.org or ahogan@cbgsc.org.​



Girl Scouts of Eastern PA Girl Pop 2015

Here is a chance for girls to take a day out of their normal routine to meet and be inspired by today's most influential global leaders. We would be honored to have you and your Council members join us at #GirlPOP2015, on Saturday, May 16, 2015, at the PA Convention Center, in Philadelphia, where 3,000 girls and adults are expected to attend!


#GirlPOP2015 will explore topics that girls are experiencing in-real-life; with friends, at school, at home and what girls think about their future. Open to every girl, #GirlPOP2015, will showcase the power of girls to create their future and impact the world. This will be an exciting, interactive and enlightening day of girl power; a day when girls discover that they can be anything, and do anything! #GirlPOP2015 will also provide educational sessions for adults.


We are excited to share that Mo'Ne Davis, Sports Illustrated Sports Kid of the Year, Jenna Bush Hager, NBC News Correspondent, Editor-at-Large for Southern Living & Chair of UNICEF's Next Generation will be interviewed by Ann Shoket, Writer and Editor, and Former Editor-In-Chief of Seventeen Magazine and Shiza Shahid, Co-Founder and Global Ambassador, Malala Fund and Dom Streater Fashion Designer and Season 12 Winner of Project Runway will be our featured speakers. We will have entertainment by Matthew Schuler, musician/actor and contestant on Season 5 of The Voice, Audra McLaughlin, singer/songwriter and contestant on Season 6 of The Voice and Cheryl LuQuire, singer/songwriter.


To see the full list of keynote speakers, panelists and entertainers, please click here. For more information and registration details, please click here.  






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Audrey E. Scott

Friday, April 10, 2015
Noon - 1:30 p.m.

The Tidewater Inn,
101 E. Dover St., Easton, MD 21601

Honorary Chair: I. Sharon Dobson

Co-Chair: Kathy Deoudes


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Jane Ellen Mengason

Friday, May 29, 2015
Noon - 1:30 p.m.

Dove Pointe,1225 Mount Hermon Rd., Salisbury, MD
Catering by: Watermen’s Inn

RSVP by May 15, 2015.
Honorary Chair: Ginnie Malone
Co-Chairs:Ashley Bosche, Susan Purnell





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GSCB honored Rita Landgraf, secretary of the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services,
as the 2015 Woman of Distinction, Tuesday, March 10. Carol Ammon and Dr. Janice Nevin served as
Co-Chairs. GSCB's first Lifetime Achievement Award was awarded to the late Dr. Katherine “Kitty” Esterly, which Dr. Nevin accepted on her behalf. View our photo album from the event.


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