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2011 Gold Award Recipient—Sara Ellenberger

Posted: Apr 15, 2011

Sara Ellenberger of Phoenix begin studying the harp at nine years old. She is also a Girl Scout and will be awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award for her service project to bring harp music to people all over the Valley.



2011 Gold Award Recipient—Alexis La Benz

Posted: Apr 15, 2011

Alexis La Benz of Chandler is the creator of teensontrafficking.com a website that provides information on human trafficking from a teen perspective. She is also a Girl Scout and will be awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award for developing the website as part of her service project.



2011 Gold Award Recipient—Allison Rydberg

Posted: Apr 15, 2011

Allison Rydberg of Pinetop is the founder of Mama T’s Ministries, a community project inspired by Mother Teresa. She is also a Girl Scout and will be awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award for her service project that recruits volunteers for other community organizations.



2011 Gold Award Recipient—Alyssa Rollando

Posted: Apr 15, 2011

Alyssa Rollando’s perspective has been changed by Crohn’s Disease, and now she’s out to change yours.  The Awatukee native is also a Girl Scout.  On March 26, Rollando will receive the Girl Scout Gold Award for her efforts to educate people all over the Valley about the misunderstood disease.



2011 Gold Award Recipient—Ashley Gund

Posted: Apr 15, 2011

Ashley Gund, of Phoenix, loves biology and has found way to put her interest to work with autistic children. She is also a Girl Scout and will be awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award for her community service project that uses basic biology to help special needs kids have fun and learn new skills.



2011 Gold Award Recipient—Catherine Radachi

Posted: Apr 15, 2011

Catherine Radachi of Scottsdale knows what it means to have a caring, nurturing place to call home. She is also a Girl Scout and will be awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award for her service project to refurbish a fire-damaged room at Maggie’s Place, a home for expectant mothers.



FBI award recognizes the Adelante Jovencitas program

Posted: Mar 28, 2011

On March 25, 2011, representatives of the Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC)were in Washington, D.C. to receive the FBI Director's Community Leadership Award. The award recognizes the continuing work of the Adelante Jovencitas program, which brings the leadership experience of Girl Scouting to girls aged 13 - 17



Watch what you watch

Posted: Mar 24, 2011


Courtesy of Girl Scouts of the USA.



FBI award recognizes the work of Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council!

Posted: Mar 21, 2011

Representatives of the Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC) will be in Washington, D.C. to receive the FBI Director's Community Leadership Award. The award recognizes the continuing work of the Adelante Jovencitas program, which brings the leadership experience of Girl Scouting to girls aged 13 - 17 who are in the juvenile justice system or are at risk of delinquency.



Justine Magazine Girl Scout contest has been extended!

Posted: Mar 17, 2011

Do you want to be on the cover of a well-know teen magazine? Enter the Justine Magazine R.E.A.L. Girl contest!



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