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CEO Talks Girl Scout Cookies with Georgia News Network

Amy Dosik, CEO of Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta sat down to discuss the Girl Scout cookie program with John Clark of Georgia News Network. Take a listen to hear about digital cookies, the five skills a girl gains from the participating in the program and how many millions of cookies are sold in the greater Atlanta area. That's right. Millions.

Brownie Troop 14866 Earns Pet Badges at Conyers Animal Hospital

Front row: Bailey Jackson, Simone Wright, Simeria Rogers, McKenna Bryan, Savanna Giddens, Gemma Boyce, Nakyla Manuel Second row: Nilaiah Murphy Wynn, Talmeesia Hairston, Ayanna Wells-Brown, Jazmine Clayton, Madison Bryan, and Samantha Young Third row: Dr. Jessica Kidd DVM, Emrie Giddens, Tyrene’ Flannagin, and Gail Carrouth

Brownie Girl Scout Troop 14866 of Conyers GA started September off with the 7 and 8 year old girl scouts earning their Pets Badge at Conyers Animal Hospital, located at 1425 Klondike Road.

The troop’s leader, Dorthea Young and co-leader Mrs. Simone Bryan, said they were looking for a fun and exciting way for the girls to complete the 5 steps needed to earn the badge, which include: finding out what care different pets need, keeping pets comfortable, helping pets stay healthy and safe, making pets feel loved and feeding pets.

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Girl Scouts celebrate Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s 100th Anniversary with donation

In honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta donated and delivered over 70 cases of Girl Scout’s Toffee-Tastic cookie to the Scottish Rite Campus. This was more than 800 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies which helped the parents of celiac patients as Toffee-Tastic is our gluten free Girl Scout Cookie. 11Alive PHOTO: Front Row –Girl Scouts Eula Doele and Harley Jordan; Back Row – Girl Scouts Christianna Dole, Sheridan Stevens, Sofia Mazzarelli, and Girl Scout Product Program Specialist, Kathryn Schroder.


Girl Scout Jameia Victoria Mitchell wins $5,000 for school with anti-bullying campaign

Jameia Victoria Mitchell, 14, was named the winner of the Super Student promotional contest put on by the Department of Tourism of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, out of more than 150 entries into the contest for her anti-bullying efforts at Lindley Middle School in Mableton. Marietta Daily Journal

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