The Shop hosted a “Mini Spa” morning where the girls learned the importance of dressing for success in business. While we discussed the importance of appropriate attire and accessories, we spent time providing the girls with proper skin care techniques and the importance of beginning a daily skin care routine. The program was presented by Lisa-Marie Hintze, Sales Director – Mary Kay Cosmetics. Ms. Hintze did an AMAZING job with the girls and they all came up to me after to tell me what a great time they had. At the conclusion of the meeting, each girl received a certificate of completion, fun patch and goodie bag.
Immediately following the end of the morning session, we had an Awards Ceremony. We presented the Service to Girl Scouts Award to Abby Schulte, Bekah Horsely, Emily Mioduszewski, and Emily Mischak. Since completing the Junior Retail Specialist Program, these young ladies have each worked well over 40 hours in the shop. These ladies are the first to receive this award from the Shop. We have two others (Heidi Blitch and Kaitlyn Peters) who are anxiously awaiting their ability to receive the award as they are Juniors and the award is available for Cadettes and above.
All attendees elected to stay and assist in the shop after the end of the Annual Meeting. Sales we a bit off from years prior so we had some down time and were able to discuss Business Ethics as a group. We discussed scenarios and how the girls felt the scenarios should be resolved. They did quite well with this exercise and each girl earned a Business Ethics fun patch.
If you would like more information about the Junior Sales Specialist program, please contact Cathy Brown at email@example.com.
Englewood Girl Scouts from 6 different troops recently collected personal care items for people in the Staten Island area of New York who were affected by super-storm Hurricane Sandy. Troop 208 packaged and shipped more than 130 toothbrushes and tubes of toothpaste, 100 bars of soap, 75 pairs of socks, and many other health and beauty items including hand towels, washcloths, razors, deodorant, lip balm, combs, hairbrushes, hats, scarves, and gloves. This is just a small way that Girl Scouts and their families and friends can serve our country and help others in need. We stand tall and proud to be Girl Scout sisters. Pictured front row from left: Hannah Amen, Adriana Basile, Brittany Furst, Anne LeVasseur. Middle row: Rena Viele, Samantha Martel, Reagan Moody, Emily Lang. Back row: Brooke Evans, Elizabeth D’Amico, Courtney Botelho, Grace Herr. Missing from photo: Anna Kara Benedetto, Rachael Knapp, and Kaylynn Stiles.
Written by Emily Lang, Girl Scout Cadette and 7th grade student L.A. Ainger Middle School.
This year Girl Scout Junior Troop 371 of Naples Park particpated for the 2nd time in Coastal Clean Up at Vanderbilt Beach. The girls spent hours picking up trash and cigarette butts and had fun together all while helping their community and the environment. Way to Take Action girls!
Girl Scout Troop #433 who recently put their leadership skills to action. They discovered a need while holding troop meetings at the Charlotte Girl Scout House; they connected with others and volunteered with Keep Charlotte Beautiful; and took action on a beautification project at the Charlotte Girl Scout House. This project truly makes their world a better place and benefits all girls using the GS House as well as the surrounding community.