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PAID ADVERTISMENT Girl Scout Leader Promotes Coast Guard Pride Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast and volunteering." Jeanette said." tell them it's about being organized, flexible and not afraid to ask for help when you need it. It also helps that Girl Scouts has some great online tools, like the Volunteer Toolkit that helps volunteers organize their meetings and plan programs. Also. in Girl Scouts the program is girl led -the girls do a lot to plan meetings events, and select the badges they want to work on. My girls are some real go-getters! They keep me very busy and I am fortunate to have a wonderful volunteer leadership team of parents within our troop. Girl Scouts is the pre-eminent leadership development organization for girls, serving girls in K-12 grades. To volunteer, support a troop or help in other ways, visit www.gsccc.org or call 1-800-77SCOUT. Consider designating your United Way gift to Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast-# 29-005016. by Marcy Germanotta GSCCC Communications Director building citizenship and leadership Most Girl Scout leaders begin their Jeanette said. "But when I went to volunteering experience because signmy daughter up, there was a real Girl Scouts allows them to spend need for leaders, so of course, I said quality time with their daughters yes. It was only natural as a military and affords them the opportunity leader towant to help and develop to get to know and trust her circle the next generation of young ladies offriends. That's exactly why Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeannette Rincon, Operations Officer for the Coast Guard Communications Command, got involved. Plus the fact that she says volunteering and helping out in the community is just a part of Coast Guard life. in an organization that focuses on and future leaders." That was two years ago and she has been leading a troop of 20 girls ever since, helping them earn badges and be successful cookie entrepreneurs. Her dedication to Girl Scouts goes beyond the troop. This year, Jeanette organized the first Girl Scouts Coast Guard Pride Giri Scous "Iwanted to get my daughter involved Day at the Coast Guard Base in Portsmouth, which was open to all troops. Girls who attended the event earned the Girl Scout Coast Guard Pride Patch which is one of several military explore patches created by Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast to help girls and their families learn about the different military branches. The day-long event included a cutter tour, a life jacket relay race, trivia games, and flag etiquette training. Girls of courage, confidence and character. Girl Scouts. Get Involved Today! girl scouts of the colonial coast Support with your CFC donation # 29-005016 gsccc.org 757-547-4405 Serving girls K-12 "People ask how I do it, a job, family BUT CO AA PAID ADVERTISMENT Girl Scout Leader Promotes Coast Guard Pride Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast and volunteering." Jeanette said." tell them it's about being organized, flexible and not afraid to ask for help when you need it. It also helps that Girl Scouts has some great online tools, like the Volunteer Toolkit that helps volunteers organize their meetings and plan programs. Also. in Girl Scouts the program is girl led -the girls do a lot to plan meetings events, and select the badges they want to work on. My girls are some real go-getters! They keep me very busy and I am fortunate to have a wonderful volunteer leadership team of parents within our troop. Girl Scouts is the pre-eminent leadership development organization for girls, serving girls in K-12 grades. To volunteer, support a troop or help in other ways, visit www.gsccc.org or call 1-800-77SCOUT. Consider designating your United Way gift to Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast-# 29-005016. by Marcy Germanotta GSCCC Communications Director building citizenship and leadership Most Girl Scout leaders begin their Jeanette said. "But when I went to volunteering experience because signmy daughter up, there was a real Girl Scouts allows them to spend need for leaders, so of course, I said quality time with their daughters yes. It was only natural as a military and affords them the opportunity leader towant to help and develop to get to know and trust her circle the next generation of young ladies offriends. That's exactly why Coast Guard Lieutenant Jeannette Rincon, Operations Officer for the Coast Guard Communications Command, got involved. Plus the fact that she says volunteering and helping out in the community is just a part of Coast Guard life. in an organization that focuses on and future leaders." That was two years ago and she has been leading a troop of 20 girls ever since, helping them earn badges and be successful cookie entrepreneurs. Her dedication to Girl Scouts goes beyond the troop. This year, Jeanette organized the first Girl Scouts Coast Guard Pride Giri Scous "Iwanted to get my daughter involved Day at the Coast Guard Base in Portsmouth, which was open to all troops. Girls who attended the event earned the Girl Scout Coast Guard Pride Patch which is one of several military explore patches created by Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast to help girls and their families learn about the different military branches. The day-long event included a cutter tour, a life jacket relay race, trivia games, and flag etiquette training. Girls of courage, confidence and character. Girl Scouts. Get Involved Today! girl scouts of the colonial coast Support with your CFC donation # 29-005016 gsccc.org 757-547-4405 Serving girls K-12 "People ask how I do it, a job, family BUT CO AA

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