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October 26, 2020


10/14/2020 11:24:00 AM
Girl Scout Hold Ice Cream Social and Membership Drive

Girls and their families who are interested in registering or renewing their Girl Scout membership are invited to a Drive-Thru Ice Cream Social and Sign-Up on Saturday, October 24, 1 to 2:30pm, at the Gulf Cove United Methodist Church, 1100 S. McCall Road, Pt. Charlotte. This drive-thru is open to all Englewood area girls in kindergarten through grade 12. Participants may come anytime during the scheduled time, and are asked to stay in their cars and wear masks when interacting with Girl Scouts and volunteers. Ice cream treats will be prepackaged. The event will be held rain or shine. In keeping with the Girl Scout tradition of giving back to the community, donations of non-perishable food to help those in need will be collected, and current and prospective Girl Scouts who contribute will receive a food drive fun patch. Whether families prefer a virtual troop, traditional troop or custom individual experience, Girls Scouts has many ways for members to have fun and connect with other girls. For more information, visit www.gsgcf.org or contact Connie Martin, Community Manager with Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida at 239•776•0751 or conniem@gsgcf.org. Photo: Girl Scout Cadette Destiny (left) and her sister, Sianna, a Junior, show off items found around their house to represent the colors of the rainbow as part of a recent fun and learning “Girl Scouts at Home” activity. “Girl Scouts at Home” provides engaging, family-friendly activities that girls can complete safely at home or outside while social distancing with either no supplies or simple items they likely already have at home.







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