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Girl Scouts Clean the Town
One man's trash is another man's treasure . but then again, sometimes it's just trash. Girl Scouts from Junior troop #326 and troop #523 in the Yellow Rose Service Unit worked to "Make the World a Better Place" by participating in the 26th Annual Missouri City Spring Clean Up held on Saturday, March 24th.
Although it was a dirty work, the girls did a beautiful job ridding their designated areas of trash and debris. The girls picked up trash around Independence Park and lake area. Heather F. was one of the girls from Troop #326 that participated in the Clean Up. "I learned that we should not litter. All the trash in the lake can hurt the fish and the ducks. Everyone needs to work together to keep our community clean," said Heather. They collected a total of 10 garbage bags full of trash.
Girl Scouts of the USA is the world's preeminent organization for girls, with a membership of more than 3.5 million girls and adults. Today, as when founded in 1912, GSUSA helps cultivate values, social conscience, and self-esteem in young girls, while also teaching them critical life skills that will enable them to succeed as adults. Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Chartered by GSUSA to provide Girl Scouting locally, Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council is one of the largest Girl Scout councils in the country serving over 63,000 girl members and 18,000 adults in 25 southeast Texas counties. For more information call 1-800-392-4340 or visit www.gssjc.org.
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Embracing and promoting pluralism is an integral part of every activity and plan of Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council, not disconnected or separate projects. Only individuals willing to accept and be educated about the basic tenet that Girl Scouting is for all girls may serve in volunteer leadership or staff positions.
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