Girl Scout Troop 2339 is participating in the “Lead Like a Girl Scout” campaign as part of Girl Scout Week. Troop members are working on their government badges and attended the Tooele City Council meeting to meet with Debbie Winn, Tooele City Councilwoman and Chairperson; Mayor Patrick Dunlavy and city council members Dave McCall, Steven Pruden, Brad Pratt and Scott Wardle.
While some people still think of us as just cookies, badges, campfires, and friendship bracelets, Girl Scouts are so much more.
Girl Scouts are groundbreakers, big thinkers, and role models.
Girl Scouts design robots, start garage bands, and improve their communities — and, yes, they sell the best cookies on the planet.
This year, we are launching a pilot program — LEAD LIKE A GIRL SCOUT — the week of March 5-13 to activate girls and volunteers to help spread awareness of Girl Scouts and the amazing things that they do every day.
Why it’s important: we are true G.I.R.L.s: go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders!
Girl Scouts are ground-breakers. They program robots, start garage bands, and change their communities.
Girl Scouts are prepared to take on challenges big and small in their lives — whether they’re breaking out of their comfort zone to try something new or making their dreams a reality. Girl Scouts lead through practicing grit, problem solving, risk taking, and leading with empathy.
#LeadLikeAGirlScout” — Submitted by Kara Shuemaker