Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama prepares young women for the future

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Girl Scouts is the premier leadership organization for girls, and the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama serves more than 14,000 girls in grades k through 12th.  More than 4,000 volunteers make this possible.

 

Girl Scouting enables girls to grow into strong young women by providing GS_ART_profiles_thumbopportunities that help shape their futures.  They explore leadership, business, science, travel, adventure, health, sports and technology. Girls are molded to be tomorrow's leaders, while having opportunities challenge them today.

 

Girl Scouting also prepares girls with the skills they need and teaches them to use GSNCA-logo_thumbthose skills to be proactive to help them avoid a hard situation that might present itself or help them deal with a difficult situation.

 

Click here for more information on Girl Scouts and becoming a scout.  Scholarships are available for membership dues and the basic uniform.

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