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2017 Annual Report

Every Girl. Everywhere.

Board of Directors OFFICERS Charmaine Smith-Winters President/Board Chair Trish Coy President-Elect/Vice Chair Lisa Reifsnider Secretary Paul Pulley Treasurer Lynelle McKay Chief Executive Officer MEMBERS-AT-LARGE

Girl Scouts unleashes the inner G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risktaker, Leader)TM in every girl, preparing her for a lifetime of leadership. We were able to witness Girl Scout superheroes in action at events across our council - from celebrating with our 1000+ box cookie sellers, to honoring scholarship and Gold Girls at our annual Gold Award Ceremony and Luncheon, to cheering on girls at our Samsung STEM Survivor Challenge at Camp Texlake and at the Cookie Kickoff at the Texas Stars hockey game. These events and our council programs are our investment to enhance a Girl Scout’s experience so that every girl, everywhere, can pursue her passions with her Girl Scout superpowers. Now, more than ever, we are steadfast in our commitment to serving girls. While Texas ranks #42 in the nation in girls’ well-being,1 we know data is not destiny! Understanding this, we expanded our efforts to reach more girls through our Community Troops (see page 13), and our Latino and African American Initiatives. Girl Scouts is committed to ensuring that all girls develop to their full potential. We want to share with you our annual report and thank everyone who makes Girl Scouts possible – our passionate volunteers, parents, donors, community social capital partners, collaborators, dedicated staff, and of course, our G.I.R.L. Girl Scouts! Yours in Girl Scouting,

Charmaine Smith-Winters President/Board Chair

Lynelle McKay CEO

Honoring Girl Scout, Isabelle L., for breaking the council record by selling 6,162 boxes in the 2017 Cookie Season!

1. The State of Girls 2017: Emerging Truths and Troubling Trends, Girl Scouts Research Institute, 2017.


Shelley Clifford Brophy Colette Pierce Burnette, Ed.D. Karen Butler-Purry, Ph.D. Suzanne Copeland John Craddock Ellen Fleming Whitney Hamnett-Pirkle Laura Hernandez Pauline Lewis Suzi Marshall Alison Meador Leslie Midgley Hema Mullur Nicole Schwartz Nett Rina Patel Tamaria Kai Perry Lauren Peters Kathy Rapp Cynthea Rhodes-Patterson Mischca Scales, Ph.D. Mary Kennedy Thompson

ADVISORY BOARD Beverly Dale Carole Keeton Mary Scott Nabers Curtis Page Jare Smith


Mary-Frances Benes Abigail Dunker Harley Ekrut Rebecca Frazier Elizabeth Frentz Isabelle Galko Emily Huber Isabel Leggett Clara Martin Abigail McGaughy Zella McNichols Sarah Mercado Julie Morales Jocelynn O’Steen Kasee Parker Tai Spain Manasa Sundunagunta Kyleigh VanDyke Alyssa VanDyke Marie Young

5 Ways Girl Scouts Builds Leaders When girls participate in Girl Scouts, they benefit in 5 important ways:

STRONG SENSE OF SELF Girls have confidence in themselves and their abilities, and form positive identities.

POSITIVE VALUES Girls act ethically, honestly, and responsibly, and show concern for others.

CHALLENGE SEEKING Girls take appropriate risks, try things even if they might fail, and learn from mistakes.

HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS Girls develop and maintain healthy relationships by communicating their feelings directly and resolving conflicts constructively.

COMMUNITY PROBLEM SOLVING Girls desire to contribute to the world in purposeful and meaningful ways, learn how to identify problems in the community, and create ‘action plans’ to solve them.

At Girl Scouts, the next opportunity to stand up, speak up, and take the lead is never far away. This is a place where a G.I.R.L. can practice different skills, explore her potential, take on leadership positions—and even feel allowed to fail, dust herself off, get up, and try again. 3

Program Pillars

What We Do

The Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) has as its foundation four pillars, which represent the programmatic focus across the Girl Scout movement: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), Outdoors, Life Skills, and Entrepreneurship.

At Girl Scouts, girls have tons of fun, make new friends, and go on life-changing adventures. They also get the chance to do big things, in an environment where they are the focus and have the opportunity to shine!

Council Programs by Focus Area Girl-led, cooperative learning allows a girl to learn-by-doing and follow her interests with a singular focus or choose a diversity of experiences. A broad offering of council programs is our investment to enhance a Girl Scout’s experience so that every girl, everywhere, can pursue her passions and explore new interests.

Our program centers on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE)—a wide-array of leadership-building experiences made available to girls as they earn badges, sell cookies, go on exciting trips, explore the outdoors, do Take Action projects to make a difference, and so much more. With Girl Scouts, girls do more than they ever thought they could, dream bigger and discover they can do anything, and—oh, yeah, change the world. Bet you didn’t think rock climbing or selling cookies would help them do all that, did you?

Put simply, in Girl Scouts a girl will:

4% 16%


who she is, what she cares about, and what her talents are.






Life Skills

5% 5% 6%

16% STEM

6% Health & Wellness

18% Camp

1% Higher Awards

5% Outdoor Adventure

41% Cookie Program

5% Career & College Readiness

4% Entrepreneurship

7% Creative Arts 4


Maybe she’s passionate about gardening and wishes to provide food for those in need.

Connect… with her community.

She joins forces with others – locally and globally – to address food scarcity in her community.

Take Action…

by doing something concrete to make the world a better place.

She develops the confidence to teach others the importance of gardening, food stability, and generosity.

Program Highlights There are so many ways to have adventures and explore the world in Girl Scouts. 27,141 girls served 416 unique programs Monthly Patch Program for girls to pursue at their own pace with 12 different topics each year. ⬥⬥ January - H-E-B Health & Wellness ⬥⬥ February - Black History Month ⬥⬥ March - Girl Scouts For All ⬥⬥ April - Wells Fargo Financial Literacy ⬥⬥ May - Underground World ⬥⬥ June - Made with Code ⬥⬥ July - #HowdyfromCanada ⬥⬥ August - Women’s Equality ⬥⬥ September - Capital Metro ⬥⬥ October – Dia de los Muertos ⬥⬥ November - A+ Federal Credit Union ⬥⬥ December - Kid Gab

Community Partners provide fun patch or badge opportunities such as: ⬥⬥ A+ Federal Credit Union ⬥⬥ Cabella’s ⬥⬥ Dairy Queen ⬥⬥ JOANN Fabric and Craft Stores ⬥⬥ H-E-B ⬥⬥ Home Depot ⬥⬥ Microsoft ⬥⬥ Wells Fargo

Programs on Demand for troops and service units when and where they want them! Special Interest Groups: ⬥⬥ Concho Pearls Dance Troop ⬥⬥ Concho Pearls Debutante Troop ⬥⬥ COOL Committee ⬥⬥ Council Travel ⬥⬥ First Lego League (FLL) ⬥⬥ First Robotics Competition (FRC) ⬥⬥ Harp Ensemble ⬥⬥ High Adventure Troops ⬥⬥ Mariners ⬥⬥ Press Corps ⬥⬥ Scuba Troop ⬥⬥ STEAM Queens ⬥⬥ Waco Archery Club

Program Pillar: Outdoors Exploring the woods, camping under the stars, and unplugging from devices helps both the body and brain. When a girl is exposed to the outdoors, she becomes adaptable, courageous, and confident. Our Outdoors Promise to Girls: GSCTX will provide transformative, high-quality, diverse, affordable, safe, and fun outdoor experiences to encourage girls to: ✴✴Explore nature while learning skills to care for themselves and the world ✴✴Actively participate as stewards of natural resources ✴✴Grow in self-confidence, leadership development, and life skills through outdoor activities We promise that girls will have the opportunity, leadership, and tools to experience the outdoors, as well as the encouragement to stretch their perceived outdoor skills limits.

Camp By The Numbers


girls attended summer camp


girls attended year-round camp

Travel By The Numbers

103 14,525

girls traveled through Destinations & Council Trips

(8 nationally and 51 internationally)

financial aid $ from GSCTX plus $40,114 in Girl Scout Dough used for girl or troop travel

Girls who travel gain personal growth, improved language skills, intercultural development, and a worldly perspective, which offers a glimpse into the global community and prepares them to take their place as tomorrow’s leaders. 5

Program Pillar: STEM Science, Technology, Engineering, Math

STEM By The Numbers Day Camps 113 participants 5 day camps

Tech Girls 231 participants 15 schools 4 independent school districts




girls served

Coder Girls 239 participants 15 programs 2 Annual Hackathon nd

Robotics 80 participants 6 programs 4 First Lego League teams 2 First Robotics Competition teams

STEM Fests 372 participants 5 conferences 5 cities

Spotlight: New Badges & Journeys Girl Scouts who participate in girl-focused STEM programs: ⬥⬥ Become better problem-solvers, critical thinkers, and inspirational leaders ⬥⬥ Get better grades, earn scholarships, and follow more lucrative career paths ⬥⬥ See STEM as the foundation for a meaningful and successful future Perhaps she’d like to build a robot, create an app, keep the ocean clean, or study the stars…. the possibilities are truly endless! New Badges: Robotics: Girls design, build, and program their own robots Mechanical Engineering: Girls complete hands-on engineering activities such as building and testing race cars New Journeys: Engineering: Think Like an Engineer Computer Science: Think Like a Programmer Outdoor STEM: Think Like a Citizen Scientist 6

Program Pillar: Entrepreneurship Spotlight: Cookie Program We all know them, we all love them, and sure, they’re delicious! But, did you know that Girl Scout cookies are powerful, too? That’s right, packed into every box of Thin Mints, Caramel DeLites, and Peanut Butter Patties, is the chance for a girl to polish her business skills, venture to a new country, better her community through service projects, or achieve any one of her uniquely amazing dreams. Girl Scout cookies are a tasty means to an end! With the money she earns, will a Girl Scout Cookie Boss help the local animal shelter across town? Cross the country to see the Washington Monument or the Grand Canyon? Fly through the rainforest on a zip line? The sky is the limit when you mix the entrepreneurial reach of our cookie program with our Girl Scouts’ big dreams.




boxes sold

boxes sent to Operation Cookie

Girl Scouts participated

Smart Cookies Change the World Selling Girl Scout cookies builds a lifetime of skills and confidence.


of troop cookie coordinators report their girls learn people skills interacting with their customers



say girls learned about business ethics and demonstrated honesty and responsibility

Skills Girls learn:


say girls gained experience with goal setting and decision making


report girls used math skills in managing their cookie business

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goal setting decision making money management people skills business ethics

When a girl puts her mind and energy into something, she can overcome any challenge. She can be anything and do anything!


Program Pillar: Life Skills Whether it’s by exercising and staying healthy, developing strong relationships with family and peers, advocating on behalf of others, protecting our environment, or exploring careers that can truly change the world for the better, girls gain the skills and the inspiration to accept challenges, overcome obstacles, and take the lead. Girl Scouts Take Action: As a Girl Scout, she’ll team up with other girls to identify a problem she wants to do something about, come up with a creative solution that will make a difference, and create a team plan to make that solution a reality. Then she’ll put her plan into action, talk about what she learned, and celebrate her achievements.

Spotlight: Highest Awards Bronze. Silver. Gold. These represent the highest honors a Girl Scout can earn. All three awards give our girls the chance to take action while working on an issue that’s captured their interest. In doing so, girls earn a Bronze, Silver, or Gold Award and learn they can change the world.

61 Golden Ticket Recipients Because it’s never too early to start dreaming of how you might earn your Gold! The Golden Ticket is a certificate that service units can award to Girl Scouts K-5, who have not yet earned a Gold Award, but who already show Gold Girl qualities – leadership, sisterhood, and tenacity. Each service unit can award up to five Golden Tickets each year between December and May. 8


girls received the Bronze Award (4th & 5th grades)


girls received the Silver Award (6th—8th grades)


girls received the Gold Award (9th—12th grades)

The Power of the Girl Scout Gold Award

A Gold Award Girl Scout is a community leader in the truest sense. The most prestigious award available to Girl Scouts is earned by a high school girl whose Gold Award project demonstrated extraordinary leadership, had a measurable and sustainable impact, and addressed a local challenge related to a national and/or global issue. These young women are fearless leaders and visionary change makers!

Meet the Gold Girls who will be the leaders of tomorrow: Abigail Adams Sameera Aradhyula Taylor Breeden Margarita Brock Whitney Browning Eliza Cain Cami Cox Ariana Freitag Meghan French Emma Garza Nithya Gillipelli

Kathleen Hartman Niveya James Ravichandran Devika Kumar Audrey Larcher Ana Menchaca Sonali Mitra Eesha Nayak Bailey Ohlson Emelia Patterson Victoria Pelarski

Miranda Pizer Taylor Pokorny Anneka Rains Maitreyi Ramaswamy Valeri Redd Madeleine Reinhardt Analisa Rodriguez Morgan Rollins Vaishnavi Sankar Kriti Sarker Kelsey Scott

Carly Smith Dianna Starr Antonia Untalan Marissa Vargas Anjali Venkatesh Stephanie Waugh Dezra Weakley Zoelle Wong

National Young Woman of Distinction One of our GSCTX Gold Girls, Devika Kumar, recognized for her impactful work in rural India, was selected as a 2017-2018 National Young Woman of Distinction (NYWOD). Every year, ten exceptionally-inspiring Girl Scout Gold Award recipients are chosen to receive this award. Through her Gold Award project, Menstrual Hygiene in Rural India, Devika addressed the need for feminine hygiene awareness in remote villages in Rajasthan, India. Her project provided an economically sustainable way for women to produce sanitary pads, and keep girls in school.

Devika K. As a NYWOD, Devika is now a spokeswoman for Girl Scouts, and even had a chance to be on a panel with Chelsea Clinton at the 2017 G.I.R.L. Conference. Through this platform, she wants to continue advocating for appropriate menstrual healthcare for all women, regardless of who they are and where they live. We are inspired by the passion and dedication Devika has demonstrated, in true Girl Scout style, leaving her world better than she found it. 9

Statement of Activities

For the year ended September 30, 2017 (Audited) 11%



10% TOTAL REVENUES $11,339,436




Investment Income

$ 185,465



$$ 6,368,306 6,368,306


Special Events

$ 231,942


Fundraising Fundraising

788,429 $ $788,429


Contributions Contributions

$ 1,150,151



870,108 $ $870,108


Programs Programs

$ 6,882,249


Other OtherIncome* Income*

$ 2,889,629


*$2.7M—Sale of 31 acres at Camp Kachina, August 2017.

Statement of Financial Position


September 30, 2017 (Audited)

AS S E T S Current Assets Fixed Assets Notes Receivable, LT Restricted Investments

$ 4,386,064 6,813,000 2,693,099 877,437


$ 14,769,600

L I AB ILIT IE S AND NET ASSETS Liabilities Current Long Term Total Liabilities

$ $

836,909 946,169 1,783,078

Net Assets Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted Total Net Assets

$ 11,696,798 1,184,503 105,221 $ 12,986,522


$ 14,769,600

Council Properties Erath

Sterling Sterling

Irion Irion


Coke Runnels


Coke Runnels

Tom Green Tom Green


Bosque Hamilton









San Saba



San Saba


Robertson Bell


Mason Llano




Menard Mason



McCulloch Menard

McLennan Limestone

Mills Hamilton







Burnet Llano





Sutton Sutton Gillespie

Gillespie Blanco


Area 1: Brownwood, San Angelo, Stephenville Area 2: Killeen, Temple, Waco Area 3: Bryan/College Station





Area 2: Killeen, Temple, Waco

Lee Bastrop

Hays Caldwell





Area 1: Brownwood, San Angelo, Stephenville

Lee Travis




Burleson Travis


Aust Fayette Colorado

Area 3: Bryan/College Station Area 4: Austin, Kyle Camps Headquarters Area 4: Austin, Kyle



Colorado Service Centers

Service Centers

Our camps, service centers, and scout houses are vital to delivering a high-quality leadership experience across our 46-county council. During Phase 3 of the Master Property Plan (MPP), GSCTX continued to improve our scout houses, service centers, and Camp Kachina. Zilker Cabin and our scout houses received much needed upgrades. Girls have a backyard tent platform at the Killeen Service Center for outdoor fun. Waco and Temple received finishing touches to complete their projects. And our San Angelo MPP kicked off with a new roof for our service center with many renovations planned for 2018. At Camp Kachina, a second panel was added to the pool climbing wall thanks to our generous donor, the Lamb Family Foundation. In August 2017, GSCTX entered into an agreement to sell 31 acres of the front-end of Camp Kachina to a developer. The sale will help to fund additional MPP projects at Camp Kachina to realize our vision of Camp Kachina as our high adventure camp. The sale will also aid in other council property improvements, as well as seed a long-term maintenance fund to ensure the sustainability of our council’s 27 properties.


Membership Highlights Girl Scouts is a membership organization. Without our amazing volunteer corps, we wouldn’t be able to deliver the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to every girl, everywhere. The council saw a second year of quality membership growth for both girls and adults. Our annual Girl Scout Voices Count survey results concur, with member satisfaction up from 59% to 70% for parents and 52% to 70% for volunteers – girl satisfaction remains high at 89%! We are strongly committed to making it easier to be a Girl Scout volunteer so volunteers can concentrate on what matters most – spending quality time with our girls.


Girl Membership


Adult Membership

1,853 Girl Scout Success Model

In order to build tomorrow’s leaders, Girl Scouts must ensure a healthy, effective, and vibrant community that supports the Girl Scout Leadership Experience for all girls. This requires a network of committed community partners and individuals with the social capital to reach, start, and sustain Girl Scout troops.

Community Troops Every girl. Everywhere. That’s our goal. Opportunities for leadership development should not be limited by factors beyond a girl’s control. Our Community Troops ensure the Girl Scout Leadership Experience is available to girls who are unable to participate in traditional troops due to the geographic, socioeconomic, and emotional challenges they face. GSCTX Community Troops: • Gamma Sigma Girls • Girl Scouts Beyond Bars (Troop 1500) • Girls Lead

• Housing Authority of the City of Austin (HACA) • Stay in School to Enjoy Real Success (SISTERS) • Tech Girls

Program Spotlight: Girl Scouts Beyond Bars (GSBB) GSBB targets girls whose mothers are incarcerated, providing support services through bimonthly troop meetings, monthly prison visits, individual mentoring with positive female role models, individual and group therapy, and assistance with family and community reunification. The goal of GSBB is to reduce the number of girls with incarcerated parents who participate in high-risk behaviors and enter into the juvenile justice system. The program seeks to break the cycle of intergenerational incarceration and facilitate a healthy bond between mother and child. In the 15-year history of GSBB, none of the participating girls have been involved in the juvenile justice system.

GSBB was awarded the prestigious Governor’s Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award for Best Family Program.

J Invest in girls. Change the world. We believe that when girls succeed, so does society. Whether they’re coding a website, planting a rain garden, or running a literacy program, Girl Scouts are unleashing their inner G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)TM to build a better world for all of us, every day. We need your help to make sure every girl in Central Texas has access to crucial, life-changing, girl-led programming that will launch her into a lifetime of leadership and building positive change—for her, for you, and for all of us. That’s why we have Juliette’s Circle, a community of leaders who believe in the mission of Girl Scouts of Central Texas. Launched in 2014 by Lisa Copeland and Melinda Garvey, and chaired today by Lisa Sikora, Juliette’s Circle Members give an annual, unrestricted $1000 gift to Girl Scouts of Central Texas. Joining Juliette’s Circle means you are invested in the growth and development of nearly 17,000 Central Texas girls who will become tomorrow’s leaders. Together, we will ensure girls are able to reach their fullest potential. Juliette’s Circle Founders and Members are annotated with an asterisk in the following list.


Our Donors


You know it when you meet a Girl Scout. The inclusive, all-female environment of Girl Scouts creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and most importantly—be themselves! Through Girl Scouts of Central Texas’ extensive programs and community outreach, every girl, regardless of circumstance, can have the opportunity to pursue her interests and ignite her passion.

State of Texas Office of the Governor Criminal Justice Division


Thank you to the following companies and individuals who help us make the Girl Scout Leadership Experience possible for more girls so they can change our world.

$10,000–$24,999 3M A + Federal Credit Union C.C. Carlton Industries, LTD City of San Angelo Beverly Dale* Foster Communications Google Fiber Georgia B. Lucas Fund Housing Authority City of Austin

$5,000–$9,999 Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation Allergan Foundation Anonymous Applied Materials Blue Bell Creameries Cindy and John Buford Cabela’s - Waco Capital Metropolitan Transit Authority City of Austin City of Marble Falls Joe DiQuinzio & Sue Brooks Littlefield Erath County United Way Ethicon, Inc. Fikes Wholesale FIRST in Texas Foundation GS Starlight SU Harriett G. Beadel Foundation 14

Intel Corporation Junior League of Austin Nextstar Television Bookman and Florence Peters Roy F. & Joann Cole Mitte Foundation Shield-Ayres Foundation UT Division of Diversity & Community Engagement United Way of Greater Ft. Hood United Way of Williamson County Waldon H. and Adele Orr Charitable Trust Hudson Architecture IBM KWTX News 10 Mary Ellen Kent Bunyard Family Foundation Maxwell Locke & Ritter P.C. Lynelle McKay* Rackspace Hosting Smith Dairy Queens, Ltd Bill and Sandra Trainor Trull Foundation Twin Cities Public Television United Way of Hays County United Way of Waco-McLennan County Vacek, Kiecke & Colmenero, LLP Waco Foundation Wells Fargo Bank of Austin Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Wright Family Foundation

$1,000–$4,999 3 Small Plates Catering Camille Abbott ABE Charitable Foundation, Inc ACCelerator ACF - Michele Dunkerley Fund Ashdon Farms Austin American Statesman Austin Community College Ballet Austin Eartha Bason* Leslie Bennett* Kirsten Billhardt* Ann Blasdel* Roger and Cindy Borgelt Briaud Financial Advisors Bright Funds Foundation Shelley Clifford Brophy* Donna Brosh* Brown County Water Improvement Michael Bruemmer* Sarah and Ernest Butler* Linda Cahill* Kaye Callaway* Pamela Carroll* Sue Chandler Charles Maund Toyota Cisco Citizens National Bank City of Fredericksburg Meredith Clarke* Suzanne Copeland* Trish Coy* Catherine T. Craddock* John Craddock* Dahill Dell USA, LP Department of the Army DFD Architects Scott Dinger* Kelsey Duncan Sarah Elfers Elgin Evening Lions Club Emerson Charitable Trust Enterprise Holdings Foundation ExxonMobil Foundation Ritu Favre* FIRST Ellen Fleming* Fleming & Conway Allstate Fort Hood National Bank Lana Moore* Larissa Garcia-Baab Linda Goss* Lolis Garcia-Baab* Greater Vision Community Church GS Bluebonnet Circle 693 GS Concho Pearls SU GS Crystal Falls SU-685 GS Dripping Springs SU

GS Forest Trails SU GS Oak Hill SU GS Pleasant Hill SU GS Sage Frontier SU GS Southern Oaks SU GS Westwood SU H & R Block Hanger Judy Hare Jacquelyn Edwards Hawkins* Heritage Title Company of Austin, Inc. Vince Herod Higginbotham & Associates Hill Country Networks Hill Country Science Mill Marlinda Hinojosa* Hirschfeld Steel Wissam Jabre and Mariam Sadaka* Stacy Johnson* Lee Jones Keienburg Ranch* Rhoda Mae Kerr Paige Key* Janet Kieta* Knight Office Solutions Lammes Candies Landmark Life Insurance Lynn Langley Pauline Lewis* Carolyn Lewis* Lexus of Austin Judith Loredo Eloise Lundgren Diane Malone* Suzi Marshall* Martin Marietta Mayfield Paper Company David McAshan McGinnis, Lochridge & Kilgore, L.L.P. Mary McKeown* Irene Meitzen Leslie Midgley* Moreland Properties Mary Scott Nabers National Instruments Nationwide Insurance Nyle Maxwell Family of Dealerships Office Depot Patricia Owen Smith* Rina Patel* Linda Pelton* Pfizer United Way Campaign Christine Plonsky Lenora Pool* Precious Memories Florist Timothy Price Paul Pulley* Q’s Printing QSP, Inc.

Cheryl Quartaro* Randalls Food Markets Jason Reifsnider* Lisa Reifsnider* Christine Reynolds* Loren Rice* Jennie Rosenblum* San Angelo Standard-Times Mischca Scales* Alice Scarbrough* Nicole Schwartz Nett* Betty Lou Scott* Audrey Selden* W.M. Shaw Dolly Shubert* Lisa Sikora* Sir Isaac Publishing Inc* Jare Smith* Charmaine Smith-Winters* Kimbol Soques* South Texas Money Management, LTD Gerald Spataro* St. David’s Healthcare Partnership Market Office Samantha Stevens* Stephenville Evening Lions Club Suddenlink Celia Tellez* Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service Texas Department of Transportation Texas Gas Service Texas Land Title Association The Paull Allergy & Asthma Clinic, PA Tashi Theisman* Cathy and Dwight Thompson Foundation Sonji Thompson Ron Thompson Beth Thorson* Gerry Tucker* Gayle Turner* United Way of Brown County United Way of Central Texas United Way of South Milam County UT Butler School of Music Eydie Walker Bobbe Walker* Walmart #7156 Walmart Sam’s #4948 Watkins Insurance Group Isabel Welland Lemuel Williams Williams RDM, Inc. Donna Wright* Kate Woodward Young* Nanette Yoshimi* *indicates Juliette’s Circle Founders & Members


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Girl Scout Law

Girl Scout Promise

I will do my best to be honest and fair, friendly and helpful, considerate and caring, courageous and strong, and responsible for what I say and do, and to respect myself and others, respect authority, use resources wisely, make the world a better place, and be a sister to every Girl Scout.

On my honor, I will try: to serve God and my country, to help people at all times, and to live by the Girl Scout Law.

Girl Scout Mission Statement Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

GSCTX Vision To provide the best outcomes-based leadership opportunities for girls.

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