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Help Wanted: Interested in becoming a Girl Scout Leader in Southern Illinois?

Aug 21, 2013 -- 8:00pm

Union, Pulaski and Alexander Counties are looking for individuals to lead local Girl Scout Troops. If you have a desire to help girls to explore their own strengths, develop new skills, and you have a sense of humor, then you already have the skills and qualities needed to be a successful leader serving in the Southern Illinois area. The Girl Scout program needs leaders especially for girls that are entering Kindergarten for 2013-14, but leadership is also needed for other grade levels K-12. A Girl Scout Block Party will be held in the Lower Gym at Anna-Jonesboro High School on Tuesday the 27th.  You may come anytime between 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. to register for Girl Scouts. Weekly meetings for Girl Scout Troops are not required. You can choose a schedule that works for you. Your investment in the girls from your community helps girls build self-esteem and tangible skills for a lifetime.  Getting started is simple. By completing the application and training during the summer months, you will be ready to start your troop meetings in the fall. You can contact David Waun at 618-614-0451. 


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