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Cookies, campfires, and bracelets are all part of the journey, but changing the world? That's the real destination! One adventure at a time, Girl Scouts learn, grow and do amazing things. Unleash your inner leader.

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2018 Women of Distinction Luncheon

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The Marie Lamfrom Women of Distinction Luncheon recognizes outstanding women leaders for their contributions to the community. Honorees exemplify the Girl Scout mission as women of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

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The Latest from GSOSW

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Celebrate 10 Years of Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington!

18 Sep 2018

Join us to celebrate 10 years of Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington! Enjoy hands-on activities, celebratory cake, enter to win an overnight camp certificate or a GSOSW property credit, and access amazing discounts at the Girl Scout shop.

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Do You and Your Girl Have Different Personality Types?

12 Sep 2018

She might be your mini me—but that doesn’t mean your girl’s personality or social style will mimic yours. While you might live for big parties, hosting family gatherings, and spur-of-the-moment get-togethers, she might be way happier flying solo or chatting with her one good friend.

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Help Her Save Up for a Big Purchase

05 Sep 2018

Learning how to budget money and spend it well at an early age can help her confidently make financial decisions for the rest of her life. In a recent study conducted by Girl Scouts Research Institute, the top three financial literacy skills girls said they were hoping to learn were how to save money and plan for future goals in general, to make big purchases later in life—like a car or a home, and to pay for their education.