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Column: Girl Scouts empowers girls — and it has value for adults, too

BY ANGELA SANDELIER PUNGO — In 1929, there were only 117 female pilots in the U.S. Amelia Earhart invited them all to join together to provide support for one another. They named their group The Ninety-Nines to represent its 99 charter… Continue Reading

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In Ashville Park subdivision near Pungo, an effort to end rise in property crimes involving unlocked autos

BY JOHN-HENRY DOUCETTE ASHVILLE PARK — Local Girl Scouts were among those who visited this neighborhood off Princess Anne Road near Pungo on Saturday, March 11, to knock on every door. They delivered a simple pitch. Though it was cookie… Continue Reading

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Local Girl Scouts design, produce a camp that seeks to empower peers

BY JOHN-HENRY DOUCETTE COURTHOUSE — Four Girl Scouts designed a Girl Empowerment Camp for their Silver Award, and they organized, prepared and put it on at St. John’s Baptist Church last month, leading classes for a number of girls. The four Girl… Continue Reading