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Registering early in the spring helps troops prepare so that girls can hit the ground running when the school year ramps up in fall. Early registration also helps local administrative volunteers and staff plan and prepare for the new Girl Scout year. The fall is a very busy time, so register now to get girls ready for another year of FUN!  It’s a win-win for everyone! Learn more about our incentives here!

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Troop 626 Visits Arizona Capitol

02 Apr 2016

Girls meet local women in government while visiting the State Capitol.