Hope the weekend was relaxing and fun. Check out these stories ranging from a life remembered to a STEM Camp for young girls in Georgia:
For Scouts in Minneapolis, the Second Annual DQ Girl Scout Appreciation Week is being ushered in by lessons and tours from local Dairy Queen business owners. “We are the future leaders of America”, says one Scout in a fantastic write up about a Challenge and Change Retreat for girls at Oklahoma State University in The Stillwater News Press. In Kenosha Wisconsin, The Kenosha News is celebrating the life of Jean Pierce, who was a life-long Scout, mother and executive. In Lansing Michigan, Regina Riddle has been named Higher Education Facilitator for the Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan. Riddle will work with colleges and universities in the Lansing region to recruit Girl Scout volunteers. Pine and Lakes is reporting on Girl Scout Troop # 660 who, for the second year, send cookies to recovering soldiers and their families at Walter Reed Medical Center as part of a Cookie Share Program. The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia hosted a kids' STEM Camp, where campers learned how to experiment with everyday items to make futuristic inventions. Read about it and watch a video at Georgia's Channel 13WMAZ.