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Girl Scouts are groundbreakers, big thinkers, and role models. Girl Scouts sure do sell cookies, earn badges, and enjoy s'mores, but they also build robots, start garage bands, and take action to improve their communities. One adventure at a time, Girl Scouts learn, grow, and do amazing things!

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42 New Girl Scout Badges to Change the World

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Say hello to 42 NEW Girl Scout badges and one NEW Journey exclusively for girls ages 5–18! From “pick your own path” outdoor explorations to space science and cybersecurity—all Girl Scout levels have new adventures to choose from!

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Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona Take On Camp Fury

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Teen Girl Scouts from Southern Arizona and beyond discovered the ins and outs of working as firefighters, law enforcement officers, and emergency services professionals during the nationally-renowned, five-day public safety immersion experience known as Camp Fury.

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Black History Month: A Time to Celebrate Black Girl Magic

31 Jan 2020

You’ve probably heard of Black Girl Magic. But if you’re wondering what exactly it is, it’s a celebration of the strength, originality, beauty, and resilience of Black girls and women everywhere.

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New Vision for Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona

27 Jan 2020

The Board of Director of Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona has appointed Kristen Hernandez, Interim CEO upon the departure of Debbie Rich on February 29, 2020.

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Change in leadership at two of Southern Arizona’s best-known non-profits

21 Jan 2020

“Debbie is leaving GSSOAZ after building a rock-solid foundation in our organization from which to launch our mission higher, reaching more girls,” said Susan Armstrong, CPA Council Board Chair. “For that, and her many other accomplishments, including Angel’s Place for Girls. I could not be more thankful. Personally, I cannot put into words how much I will miss working with her and learning from her on a regular basis with GSSOAZ. That said, I am so hopeful for her next challenge and what it will do for Tucson.”