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Louisa Mayor Harold Slone and Girl scout Troop 7336.  Back row, left to right: Brenda France (Post 7268 leader) Pam Doty (local 7336 leader, mayor Harold Slone, Sara Shannon, Amberly Haynes, Emily Cline Front row, kneeling, left to right: Aubrey Doty, Emily Shortridge Louisa Mayor Harold Slone and Girl scout Troop 7336. Back row, left to right: Brenda France (Post 7268 leader) Pam Doty (local 7336 leader, mayor Harold Slone, Sara Shannon, Amberly Haynes, Emily Cline Front row, kneeling, left to right: Aubrey Doty, Emily Shortridge

Local Girl Scouts and leaders got a surprise visit Monday evening March 13th
when Louisa Mayor Harold Slone dropped in to sign a proclamation for National Girl Scout Week. Mayor Slone said he was proud of all the hard work leaders in the area put into civic groups.

“It makes Louisa and Lawrence County a better place to live,” the mayor said.

According to girlscouts.org Girl Scout Week is celebrated each March, starting with Girl Scout Sunday and ending with Girl Scout Sabbath on a Saturday, and it always includes Girl Scouts’ birthday, March 12th.

The photo was taken at Glitzy Boutique, a new business in Louisa located
on Lock Ave. The local Girl Scouts were there to hear from the shop owner Cassie Burgess about starting businesses that just so happens to be mostly about “girl stuff”.

The Girl Scouts of America is celebrating its 105th anniversary.  Founded by Juliette Gordon Low, the organization has been instilling courage, confidence and character in millions of girls so they can use those skills in later life.

By Proclamation of the Mayor, March 12-18, 2017 will be National Girl Scout Week. He encourages all citizens to observe the occasion.

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Louisa, KY — What an exciting and stressful time! 

We know this is a season of transition in which your girl is going through a major life milestone. At the same time, you’re having to let go a little. It’s so hard. But you don’t have to do it alone. Girl Scouts can help you navigate this new adventure with expert tips and activities sent straight to your phone. Set her up for success before she even walks into the classroom!

Text DAISY* to 59618 to sign up for expert email tips to prep your girl for Kindergarten at girlscouts.org/daisy. (*Text STOPGS for stop, HELPGS for help. Message and data rates apply.)

While Girl Scouts is open to all girls from kindergarten through grade 12, anyone over the age of 18 can become a Girl Scout volunteer. Girls cannot experience the positive impact of Girl Scouts without adult volunteers, and each adult who volunteers has the opportunity to make a real difference in the life of a girl. Girl Scout volunteers come from all walks of life; they are men, women, young professionals, retirees, college students, and more. Both girls and adult volunteers can join at any time of the year.

To join Girl Scouts or learn more about volunteering, please visit: www.gskentucky.org. Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road serves 8,000 girls in 66 counties in Northern, Central and Eastern Kentucky.

 

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