Girl Scout Information Session In Everett Tuesday

April 15, 2019

Everett

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Can’t attend but want more information? EMail: SCooper@GirlScoutsWW.org

Got a reminder to pass this along to parents in Everett.

You can admit it – you’ve just stocked up on enough Samoas, Thin Mints, and Trefoils to last you until Christmas. (We’re right there with you!) Now, why not take the opportunity to learn about how the Girl Scout Leadership Program can help YOUR girl grow in COURAGE, CONFIDENCE and CHARACTER?

Join us for our FLOWER POWER Discovery Night and learn more! Open to girls in Pre-K through 3rd grade and their adults. Tuesday, April 16th from 6 to 7 PM in the Auditorium (downstairs) of the Main Branch of the Everett Public Library.

(YES, we did say Pre-K! Joining a Girl Scout Troop is a great way for girls going into Kindergarten in the fall to stay close with their Preschool friends! Come learn more!)

Learn about ways your girl can be a Girl Scout – as part of a troop, by going to summer camp, or by attending one of our super cool regional events like Geek Out Girl Scout!

(BONUS: Register your K-12th grade girl before April 21st and receive a Promo Code for FREE ADMISSION to Geek Out Girl Scout! Check out the flyer in the Discussion tab!).

We hope to see you and your girl on April 16th for fun flower-themed crafts and activities and information on how your girl can get involved in Girl Scouts!

For more info on troops, volunteering, or other Girl Scout opportunities, contact Sondra via Facebook or email:
SCooper@GirlScoutsWW.org

To register or for financial assistance, visit our website GirlScoutsWW.org or call our Registration Specialists at 1-800-541-9852.



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