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Impact Report //2017



Girl Scouts changes lives. And some Girl Scouts take the lead and change our lives forever. BOARD OF DIRECTORS

OFFICERS Karen Hegeman Judy Sudday Kim Lamar Shelton Kathy Burke Barry Michael Sabo

MEMBERS AT LARGE Judi Dixon Cindy Demo Joanne Iman Sonia Robinson Joyl Clance Susan Duerr Elizabeth De Rose Sara Ayala Terry Plizga Debra Morgan Nancy Calandra

Like Barbara J. Teal, formerly of Binghamton, NY. We know she enjoyed bird watching and playing bridge. Recently, we were reminded that in her youth, Barbara was a member of our legacy council, Girl Scouts of Indian Hills. She honored her Girl Scout leadership experience with a generous legacy bequest for the preservation and development of our Amahami (“little hills”) Adventure Center in Deposit, NY. Barbara’s gift allows us to share her love of nature and the outdoors with hundreds of girls each summer. (As no electronics are allowed, we imagine quite a few are bonding over card games in their cabins, too!) Through the generosity of alums and donors like Barbara Teal, our movement continues to have a profound impact on the girls we are honored to serve. This year, our movement embraced a new theme: the acknowledgment of the G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ within each of us. We apply this theme to everything we do and made great progress in delivering on our promise to membership. For example, we reimagined our cookie convention and troops saw a significant increase in their sales. We reintroduced the semi-annual program guide to make it easier for troops to plan their year out. We realigned our staff into four regions, and purchased new technology to enable member service in the field. We invested in our Adventure Center properties, adding a new paved road, new buildings, and newly improved facilities for better experiences. We initiated traveling stores and popup boutiques to better serve outlying areas of our Council. We found new ways to recognize and support our volunteers. Our work is far from complete. Girl Scouts continues to evolve as the needs of our membership change. We are investing in our properties to use them year-round, and partnering with community organizations in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) to deliver more robust programming to our members. Our outdoor programs are challenging and encourage girls to take calculated risks that encourage leadership. Girl Scouts is the best leadership experience for girls for one reason. It works. Why? It’s G.I.R.L.– led. Since our founding we’ve had plenty of competition; 105 years later and we’re stronger than ever because of our laser-focus on one thing: the girls. Thank you for your continued support,

Contact: 1.855.213.8555 Cicero Service Center 8170 Thompson Road Cicero, NY 13039-9393


Julie Dale CEO Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways

Building girls of and character, who make the world a better place.

Cicero* 8170 Thompson Road Cicero, NY 13039-9393 Horseheads* 226 Colonial Drive Horseheads, NY 14845-8531

Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways is chartered by Girl Scouts of the USA to administer the Girl Scout program in 24 counties of New York and two in Pennsylvania. We’re the preeminent leadership development organization for girls. We offer every girl a chance to practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success. We are dedicated to serving our council membership. Your support stays local and gives girls across our region the opportunity to experience the magic of Girl Scouting.

Johnson City* Oakdale Mall Suite 52 601–635 Harry L Drive Johnson City, NY 13790-1245

St. Lawrence


New Hartford* 600 French Road New Hartford, NY 13413-1037



 atertown W 131 Washington Street, Suite 306 Watertown, NY 13601-2604




*Includes a full service Girl Scout Boutique.



New Hartford Little Falls


Amahami 434 Page Pond Rd. Deposit, NY 13754




☙ Adventure Centers

NY Yates






Madison HOOVER




Ithaca Cortland







Comstock 1419 Taughannock Rd. Ithaca, NY 14850




■ Service Centers





Johnson City


Hoover 2065 Song Lake Crossing Rd. Tully, NY 13159




Trefoil 168 Rose Rd. Harrisville, NY 13648

GSNYPENN Fast Facts: 26

Counties Served



Adventure Centers

Council Staff Members

(24 in NY, 2 in PA)

23,802 Geographic Miles Covered


Service Centers


Girl Market Share


Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways, Inc. FY 2017 By The Numbers:


21,162 TOTAL MEMBERS 14,041 GIRLS* 7,121 ADULTS** (Including 1,938 Co-leaders)

1,938 CO-LEADERS 14,041 GIRLS*

123 SUs

What is a Service Unit? Service Units (SU) are managed by and made up of many dedicated volunteers working to build the Girl Scout experience. SUs provide program and training support to co-leaders and troops in specific geographic areas. SUs meet several times throughout the year to share ideas, receive training, and talk about important announcements. * 62.77% Retention for Girls.

1 2 44 88 1 TROOPS

** 71.45% Retention for Adults.



3,206 4,136 3,256

182 76



2,333 62


675 435





2017 Financial Report Statement of Activities and Changes in Net Assets for the Fiscal Year October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017.

Operating Revenue Contributions 1,034,611 Special Events 38,355 Product Sales Program Income, Net to membership 5,020,669 Product Sales Program Income, direct to Troops 1,370,815 Program Fees 310,566 Sales of Merchandising, net 200,672 Total Operating Revenue Operating Expenses


Program Services, direct to Troops Program Services Supporting Services Management & General Fundraising

1,370,815 6,110,551 1,511,194 144,808

Total Operating Expenses Changes in Net Assets from Operating Activities


Non-Operating Activities Investments Gain on disposal of property & equipment Miscellaneous Income

858,190 115,374 192,456


Changes in Net Assets Net Assets, beginning of year Net Assets, end of year

4,340 16,064,467 16,068,807

2017 Operating Revenue Product Sales 80.1%


2017 Operating Expenses

Contributions 13.5%

Program Services 81.9%

Management & General 16.5%

Program Fees 3.9% Fundraising 1.6% Boutique Sales 2.5%


Program Highlights

GSNYPENN provides enriching experiences for our girls which help develop their leadership potential through activities that enable them to discover their values, skills, and the world around them; connect with others in a multicultural environment; and take action to make a difference in the world. We held 158 programs in FY 2017. Here is just a sampling of Council-sponsored and partner activities that took place across our region!


October 2016: Harvestfest at Amahami Adventure Center

November 2016: Veni. Vidi. Vici. in New Hartford

February 2017: Walking in a Winter Wonderland at Hoover Adventure Center

March 2017: Cookie Program

June 2017: Girl Scout Night at the Syracuse Chiefs

July 2017: Summer Camp

December 2016: STEM Lab in Cicero Grand Opening

January 2017: cookieWOW! at the NYS Fairgrounds

April 2017: Song Lake Shooters Club at Hoover Adventure Center

May 2017: Displaced: A Syrian Refugee Experience (Silver Award Project) By Troop 30342

August 2017: NYS Fair Women’s Day Parade

September 2017: Rainbow World at Comstock Adventure Center


Highest Awards THE HIGHEST HONORS A GIRL SCOUT CAN EARN. All three awards - Gold, Silver and Bronze - give girls the chance to do big things while working on an issue they care about, to inspire others, and to leave a lasting impression on their community. The Gold Award is the highest Girl Scout honor. Once achieved, it demonstrates to colleges, employers, and the community that she’s out there changing the world.

Gold Award Girl Scouts Crystal Bulger Geneva, NY Take Action Project: Art Donations for Goodman Street Boys and Girls Club Crystal is passionate about art and wanted to be sure that the children in her community were given the opportunity to explore their creativity. She set out to raise awareness of the benefits of art with local businesses and collected art supplies for the Girls and Boys Club in her community. Crystal is a graduate of Geneva High School and is currently attending Finger Lakes Community College. Rachael Cleveland Covington, PA Take Action Project: Cancer Care Packages Rachael raised awareness and addressed the issue of loneliness among children hospitalized with cancer. She and her team created “cancer care packages” for a local hospital. One of Rachael’s favorite Girl Scouts memories is her trip to Washington, DC to celebrate 100 years of Girl Scouting. Rachael is a graduate of North Penn Mansfield High School and is currently attending Mansfield University, where she is studying nursing.


Deanna Cofone Nichols, NY Take Action Project: Health and Wellness Fair Deanna served her community by creating a health and wellness fair and invited several community partners to share their opportunities with the public. She says that because of her Gold Award project, she has learned perseverance which will help her in her future endeavor of becoming a nurse. Deanna is a graduate of Tioga Central High School. Sarah Connor Geneva, NY Take Action Project: Bringing Bluebirds Back to the Finger Lakes Sarah built bluebird boxes to help bring the birds to the Finger Lakes region and placed them in the Kashong Conservation Area, as well several residential areas in Geneva. She also planned presentations to help educate elementary-aged children about the bluebird. Sarah is a graduate of Geneva High School and is currently a freshman at Rochester Institute of Technology.

Rachael Davis Horseheads, NY Take Action Project: Memory Garden Rachael created a Memory Garden at a local senior living facility to provide residents with a quiet place to reflect on their lives and enjoy nature. Families of residents who have passed away can contribute to the garden by leaving plants in their memory. Rachael is a graduate of Horseheads High School and is currently attending Keuka College. Samantha Fairbanks Horseheads, NY Take Action Project: Roof Overhead Samantha and her team built a pavilion at Camp Casowasco. The site did not have a shelter to protect campers/visitors from the elements. One of Samantha’s favorite Girl Scouts memories is attending Misty Hollow Summer Camp. She is a graduate of Horseheads High School and is currently a student at James Madison University, where she is studying earth science with a concentration in policy.

Gold Award Girl Scouts (cont.) Jillian Gregory Andover, NY Take Action Project: GreenWood Hill Farm Trail System Mapping Jillian created a mapping system and birdfeeders for a local nonprofit farm. One of her favorite Girl Scouts memories is camping in the Adirondacks. Jillian is a graduate of Andover Central High School and is currently a student at Alfred State College of Technology - State University of New York, where she is studying digital media and animation. Natalie Griffin Oswego, NY Take Action Project: Feminist Speech Natalie’s project focused on educating the public about injustice and bias against women and about empowering young girls to be successful. She did this through a series of presentations and by creating a blog shared throughout the country. She is a graduate of Oswego High School and is currently attending the State University of New York at Oswego. Caylin Guest Lyons, NY Take Action Project: Finding Veterans

Kyra Jacobson-Evans Beaver Dams, NY Take Action Project: Restoring History Kyra’s project restored a piece of local history to her town. She cleaned up debris and rebuilt the wall at the Hornby Museum, allowing tours to resume to the area. She is a graduate of Corning Painted Post High School and is currently attending college. Kennedy Keefer Nichols, NY Take Action Project: Fire Safety Kennedy held a Fire Safety Fair for her community. She invited several fire departments to demonstrate their skills, to teach attendees how to use fire extinguishers and to educate them on overall fire prevention. She is currently a senior at Owego Free Academy. Brenna Martin Macedon, NY Take Action Project: Yoga Club

meets weekly (50+ weeks and counting!) and has become a huge success for local teens. Brenna says that earning her Gold Award has inspired her to seek positive change in the world. She is currently a senior at Wayne Central School. Amelia Reuter Bainbridge, NY Take Action Project: Stars and Stripes Forever Amelia’s project addressed the issue of a lack of patriotism and citizenship among young people. She created a presentation using various learning methods; portions of this will be used in future Veteran’s Day programs and social studies curriculum in her school district. She also erected a flag pole at GSNYPENN’s Amahami Adventure Center. Amelia hopes that earning her Gold Award will inspire younger Girl Scouts to stay with scouting and go on to earn their Gold Awards as well. Amelia is a graduate of Afton Central High School.

Brenna addressed the issue of teen stress by creating a yoga club for teens in her community. The club

Caylin located and mapped gravesites of every veteran in each cemetery in her community. She then created a website with coordinates of each site, so that loved ones and community organizations could locate the graves with ease. Caylin’s favorite Girl Scout memory is white water rafting. She is a junior at Lyons High School.


Gold Award Girl Scouts (cont.) Raisa Rogers Wellsboro, PA Take Action Project: Fun, Food & Fitness Raisa created a program for kids on the importance of good nutrition and exercise. She also created a blog and a “camp kitchen” for a local camp to store cooking supplies and spices/ herbs so they can create healthier meals. One of Raisa’s favorite Girl Scouts memories is tipping over canoes at camp. She is a graduate of Wellsboro Area High School and currently a student at Slippery Rock University, where she is studying physical therapy. Kayla Sherant Blossburg, PA Take Action Project: Creating Field Facilities Kayla built a concession stand and bathroom at her community ball field; two amenities which the facility lacked. Her hope was to provide a more attractive and usable facility for both kids and parents. Kayla says that earning her Gold Award helped her realize, “girls can do anything they put their mind to.” She is a senior at North Penn Liberty High School. Laura Soroka Freeville, NY Take Action Project: A State of Mind - Mental Health Matters Laura addressed the stigma of mental illness in teens through various media, including an art exhibit and creation of a peer mental health crisis team at her school. One of her favorite Girl Scouts memories is attending the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting in Washington, DC. Laura is a graduate of Dryden High


School and currently a student at Nazareth College, where she is studying psychology. Emily Spofford Dolgeville, NY Take Action Project: Uh Oh Totes Emily created “Uh Oh” totes. These totes include supplies that someone who is suddenly hospitalized and/ or waiting at an emergency room may not have access to—such as cell phone chargers, puzzles and games for children. Emily is a graduate of Dolgeville Central School. Erin Straub Liverpool, NY Take Action Project: Unwind on the Labyrinth Erin created a movable labyrinth to be utilized by Clear Path for Veterans. Clients will use it as a repetitive way to relax and meditate, which is especially beneficial for those being treated for post-traumatic stress disorder. Erin is a graduate of Liverpool High School and is currently attending the State University of New York at Brockport. Sarah Szozda Auburn, NY Take Action Project: The Port Byron Minute Sarah created a documentary about the history of her hometown. The town tourism committee placed it on their website and the film will be shown regularly at the local museum. Sarah is a graduate of Dana L. West High School and is attending Cayuga Community College.

Shannon Tolomei Johnson City, NY Take Action Project: Packages with a Purpose Shannon’s project focused on raising awareness and creating basic personal care packages for the homeless or those in need of temporary housing. She is a senior at Johnson City High School. Maeghan Westmiller Auburn, NY Take Action Project: Inside Port Byron Maeghan looked to improve her community by creating a brochure of the history of her town. In addition to distributing it to schools and local businesses, it can also be found on the Port Byron Historical Society website. Maeghan is a graduate of Dana L. West High School and is attending Cayuga Community College. Grace Young Liverpool, NY Take Action Project: Math is Fun Grace’s project addressed the difficulty of engaging younger kids to help them develop a love for math. To teach math in a fun way, she created a sustainable game set that she distributed to teachers and families of young children. Grace says that through her Gold Award project she learned that with perseverance comes success. She is currently a senior at Liverpool High School.

Silver Award Girl Scouts Congratulations to all 248 recipients! Noor Akhter Natasha Austin Ashley Baek Hallie Bain Alicia Baldwin Miah Barnard Skylar Bedell Maddison Belles Emma Bevins Hayleigh Birch Anna Bishop Abigail Black Cassondra Blewett Celine Brazeau Richelle Brown Kaitlyn Brybag Julia Bullwinkle Alyssa Burba Sydney Burdick Michaela Burt Sarah Camiel Amber Cardarelli Lily Carpenter Elizabeth Casalmir Kendyl Cersoli Kayla Chaffin Grace Chagnon Steph Cherry Ella Chilson Audrey Clare Margaret Clark Lynsie Coccia Emily Coffin Sophia Colantonio Mackenzie Coleman Alyssa Comatis Breanna Combes Brooke Connolly Alison Cook Nina Coolidge Ziara Corrales Sophia Corsello

Olivia Costello Lydia Cox Laura Cummings Lacey Cunningham Jenna Curreri Annaliese Davies Piper Davis Sarah DeCroce Sydney DeLapp Emma DeMatteo Eva Denis Catherine Deskur Eliza DeWind Nicola DiLuzio Abigail Docos Dorothy Donacik Morgan Dudley Anastasia Duke Cardenas Cady Eakins Meghan Eames Anita Edgar Julia Egnaczyk Karina Ekholm Elise Eldred Kendra Elliott Sadie Fero Cassie Fisher Kailey Forbes Brenna Francisco Cassandra Friend Megan Gagnier Emily Gallaher Adriana Gallo Zoe Gates Mia Gaylord Gracie Gaylord Rachael Gilbert Olivia Gilbert Catherine Gilmore Kate Glass Kaitlyn Glidden

Trinidi Golden Katherine Gorman Shanna Gorsky Trysta Green Claire Grenis Allison Griffin LeahBeth Guerard Addison Guido Isabelle Gustafson Lilly Hampp Catherine Hampp Megan Hartmann Rose Hartwick Erin Harvey Emma Healey Lindsay Herbert Cassidy Herendeen Abigail Herrington Julianna Hessberger Jasmine Hey Alexis Hiltbrand Hannah Holt Katelyn Horn Mikala Horton Emma Hurrle Kyla Jaquay Katelyn Johnson Sarah Jones Jaclyn Jorolemon Elizabeth Joslyn Alayna Kanflewski Zoey Keagle Samantha Kellish Sara Kelly Lauren Kelly Olivia Keyes Kimberly Knapp Katherine Kodz Emma Kronenberg Sara Kronenberg Madison Krouse Emily Kurz

Sarah LaPrease Zoe Latour (waiting for paper) Aurora Lesinski Emma Lewis Anna Lioto Paityn Lloyd Natiah Lloyd Zara Lodi Morgan Long Jocelyn Loomis Kayla Lottermann Emma MacDonald Hannah Mahardy Farah Malik Rebecca Mantione Emma Mantione Anna Markwardt Laura Martino Paige Mattoon Larissa Maxim Hannah Mazzoni Paige McAndrew Lauren McCay Anastasia McCown Alexa McCutcheon Abigail McKeever Rebecca Mercik Alexia Michitti Mackenzie Miller Linsey Milligan Hallie Milligan Badyn MilsteinTouesnard Elizabeth Morgan Moraya Moss Samantha Musk Isabella Nichols Lucy Noble Allyanna O’Brien Emily Oliver Zeida Olson

Ryleigh Ormsby Zoe Orr Abigail Paccone Reis Pagan Aberyn Parulski Emma Pellecer Sarah Perez Kelsey Perez Madeline Pfeifer Katie Pieczonka Molly Pietarinen Kendra Potenziano Sydney Prescott Hannah Quimby Makayla Ramos Amelia Rastley Carolyn Reilly Kara Reinhardt Carlin Reyen Delilah Ricci Elizabeth Rice Emily Richards Megan Rieck Miranda Rogers Samantha Rosen Julia Ross McGuire Jennifer Rudy Kelsey Sackett Madison Sailer Tabitha Sailer Steffi Schanbacher Maeve Schefter Meghan Schmandt Katie Schmidt Maddison Schultz Adrianna Schwartz Samantha Scott Chayse Sedlack Jessica Serafini Kynzee Sethi Zoe Shafer Saige Skinner

Amber Slavik Angelina Sloughter Kaelyn Smith Alexis Snell Katelyn Sonnen Maya Sprague Jillian Stafford Emma Stanton Angel Steiner Jackie Stevenson Mallory Storey Madison Storey Kayla Syrell Camilla Tabor Savannah Taylor Mackenzie Taylor Natalie Teachout Brooke Ten Brink Grace Thornthwaite Alexis Tobin Donna Todd Hope Toombs Maya Tucci Maya Upcraft Stephanie Updike Katrina VanBuren Rachael Vandermark Mary Beth Wait Heidi Walsh Chloe Wells Madison Werhlin Cecilia West Alisha Westfall Sabrina Westmiller Emmalee White Audrey Williams Abigail Woodruff Darrah Wright Lyndsey Wright Grace Yarnal Hanzhang Zhou

Bronze Award Girl Scouts Congratulations to all 584 recipients! Megan Abbott Alexandra Abraham Anya Abrams Elissa Adkins Michelena Aiosa Victoria Albro Sara Aldous Mahala Allen Rhea Allen Scarlett Alread Alexis Arnold Rylee Asch Rylynn Bain Trinity Baker Jaeley Baker Megan Baker Paige Ball Sarah Bangs Emily Barbeau Scarlett Barker Olivia Barnhart Alexis Barron Colleen Barry Olivia Bartel

Kayla Bearce Rory Beckwith Caroline Beigel Jillian Bell Mercede Bell Sara Belrad Emma Bennett Emily Bennett Gracie Bennett Jennifer Bensley Ciara Beshures Olivia Bevins Katelyn Biggs Paige Blackmer Rachael Blanco Arianna Blankenberg Leah Boerman Ella Bosco Norah Bradley Summer Brandt Molly Briggs Brianna Broadwell Kaelynd Brouilette Haylee Brown

Abigail Brown Piper Brown Arrissa Bunker Kasiah Burdick Karley Burnett Alexis Bush Sierra Bush Maci Bushart Lillian Buwalda Paityn Cansdale Orianna Carrasquel Kaydence Carrington Isabella Cary Emily Casalmir Madison Catlin Carly Chapman Emily Chilson Adrian Chobot Alexis Chrisman Amber Chrisman Natalie Christensen Amy Ciak Molly Clinton Olivia Cofano

Kasey Coffin Amiyah Colbert Grace Colburn Erin Cole Mary Coleman Gabrianna Colon Emily Comatis Katie Combs Olivia Comerford Giavanna Consolie Zoe Cook Hannah Cooper Erin Coopersmith Alyssa Crance Isabella Crane Lillian Crane Oliviia Creaser Alexandria Creller Marissa Crofoot Kayleigha Crosbie Annemarie Crotts Hannah Csiga Rayna Cui Katrina Cupp Collins

Bionca D’Alessandro Julia Dadey Taylor Dalton Cassandra Daum Ryleigh Davidson Adaline Davies Ava Davis Mia Davis Julia Davis Reese Davis Dayenaira Davis Lily Dean Georgia Deep Mara Deisering Gianna Delconte Madison Delijoo Aleyna DeMay Jordan DeNinno Cora Denis Jazzlyn Dennis Juliana Dennis Olivia Derouin Emma DeSanto Zoey Desiderio

Shana Devlin Dariyan DeWeese Isabella Diana Mia Dibiase Cassidy Diehl Arya Dillon Juliana DiMarzo Abby Dimuro Madison Dingman Josephine Dittman Casidy Downey Teaghen Driesbaugh Alexis Drozdowski Isabelle Dudek Kayla Dunstan Isabella Durant Brooklyn Dwyer Krysta Earle Leighton Eastman Moria Eaton Kasey Eaton Hayley Eaton Jenna Edwards Antigone Elliott


Bronze Award Girl Scouts (cont.) Congratulations to all of the 584 recipients! Hailey Emblidge Ellora Enke Sophia Enzinna Julia Espada Adrianna Faber Natalie Farr Cathyrn Ferguson Ryleigh Ferguson Ella Fieni Chloe Filippo Isabel Fingerman Ayla Fitch Kaitlyn Fleming Mariel Flint Sarah Foley Rachael Fonger Sierra Ford Samantha Foreman Kira Forget Neveah Foster Lillie Fowler Lilly Fowler Alexis Freeman Chloe Freund Viviana Fritcher Eva Gaetano Lilly Galasso Erin Gannon Tiffany Gardner Maggie Gardner Anna Gardner Rebekah Garlach Aubree Garner Gracieanne Gaylord Zoe Geneski Sierra George Molly Giblin Ashley Gillette Chloe Gillette Milleniyah Glanton Jordyn Goldberg Sarah Goldin Mackenzie Gorton Isabella Gracias Toni Grafton Vivien Graham Addyson Graham Nicole Graham Christine Grant Mya Gray Alia Graziadei Isabelle Greco Leah Gregory Kelli Griep Katrina Grimsley Julianna Gringrich Maria Griswold Emily Gushlaw Angilee Haberer Cami Halbritter Hannah Hall Aubrey Haner Cecily Hansen Hope Hansen Jenna Harrell Bailey Harris Elise Harshbarger Clara Hasegawa Anna Hasegawa Nevaeh Hawkins Darcy Head Alexis Heck Katherine Heckerman Jenne Heerkiens


Mallory Heggelke Lydia Helpler Chloe Hendrick Ariana Hicks Emma Hildreth Molly Hill Madelynn Hilt Cayden Hines K’yania Hines Sayje Hinkle Lori Hobart Emma Holley Kyleigh Hooper Mia Hosbach Kaitlyn Hotaling Renee Houck Kayla Houghton Kaitlin Hougland Amelia Howard Lydia Howe Madison Hulslander Makenzie Hunter Hannah Hussein Madeline Hutson Thi Huynh Emilie Hysack Hervin Ibrahim Kirsten Iles Amalia Ireland Lily Jackson Abigail Jackson Sara Jansen Ella Jewsbury Jada Johnson Madeline Jones Taylor Jones Emmarie Jordan Lena Jordan Brooke Katzman Brooklynn Kaufman Norah Keeney Nora Kelley Celia Kemmis Chloe Kessler Fallon Kibbe Reese King Trinity King Jasmine Kingsbury Laura Klotzkin Caitlyn Knapp Cleo Knudson Maggie Koenig Savanna Komar Rose Kozub Samantha Kraus Chloe Kraus Mariah Kulpa Gabrielle Kulpa Jillian Kyle Cecelia Rose Kyle Adriana LaBuz Cierra Lafler Ryleagh LaGrange Kyia Lagrow Alison Lancette Gracie Landrigan Lundy Langstaff Sarah Langton Anna Lanse Lillian LaPierre Priscilla Ella Larry Grace Larson Camee Layton Gabrielle LeBourveau

Christina LeGrow Adrianne Lehmann Cassie Little Edy Livingston Claire Lockwood Emma Lockwood Alicia Long Shannon Loughlin Angelina Lougnot Dellaney Lucas Margaret Lutz Camryn Lynch Taegen MacCrea Amelia Mack Blair Magari Margaux Mahoney Erin Malone Autumn Manuel Lucia Marble Anne Marie Marsh Maya Marshburn Vanessa Martinez Angelina Masotti Trinity Mathias Marissa Matteson Madison Matthews Rachel Mattison Alexis May Lily Mayer Adrienne Mayes Paige Mazur Grace McAdams Brooke McCargar Christina McCarthy Madison McCarthy Madison McCartyCastillo Kacey McClellan Kaila McClure Jolene McConnell Kaylee McGetrick Cate McGork Adrianna McGowan Katie McKee Katelynn McKeever Camryn McMartin Emily Meath Myah Meddley Keisalyn Mediamolle Kennedy Meese Caitlin Mehlenbacher Olivia Meisner Lindsay Melancon Madeline Melancon Rieley Merino Kylee Merrill Ashley Miceli Summer Miles Natalie Miller Mikalya Miller Kelly Miller Cadence Milligan Abigail Miner Jenna Miner Abigail Minnick Madelynn Mohat Josephine Mokry Erica Monroe Miranda Monteith Emily Morell Lily Morrison Georgia Mosier Vanessa Mousaw April Mousso

Taylor Mower Elise Mozloom Mackenzie Mulcahey Brianna Mullenax Alissa Murdoch Brooke Musch Kendall Musch Ava Natale Annabelle Negley Sheila Nelson Leah Nemi Jean Neville Anna Newbold Leah Nichols Dianna Nino Hannah Nuss Alyssa Nutt Morgan O’Bryan Anne O’Dell Kayla O’Neill Madalyn O’Shea Alyssa Olander Eliana Olschewske Maura Onyper Ariel Ortiz Lilliah Otero Delaney Owen Addison Owens Alexa Owens Maria Padalino Marissa Palmieri Elise Pape Ashlyn Park Corinne Parker Grace Parulski Anjali Patel Sophia Payne Alison Pearson Jasmin Pelzer Katie Pepper Moria Percival Jayne Peters Jocelyn Petrie Ivy Petrosky Alexis Phillips Phoenix Phillips Leila Pickett Kara Piefer Shyanne Pilozzi Madison Plonka Aliona Pomukchynsky Alexis Poole Evelyn Potzeba Alyssa Prell Emmalee Preston Katara Pugh Addison Raleigh Sophia Randolph Beatrice Rastley Jadyn Rathbun Taylor Ratliff Domenica Reeve Hannah Reilley Kayleigh Rennells Jillian Resch Serenity Resch Kate Reyen Gia Reyes Kate Reynolds Mathea Reynolds Meghan Ribble Vivian Ricci Cadence Ridley Kennedy Ridzi

Lyla Rivard Catherine Rizzo Mikaila Robarge Regan Robbins Grace Roberts Natalie Roberts Madison Robinette Hannah Roegiers Kathleen Rombach Kylie Rood Adriyanna Rouse Lauren Rudd Haley Russell Emily Russo Kate Sainsbury Katherine Saluti Lexus Santimaw Sophia Sargent Morgan Saterlee Sophie Scanlon Macy Schafer Kathryn Schanbacher Christa Schanbacher Meira Schiff Amalia Schillinger Cindy Schlenker Molly Schoenfeldt Katie Schrader Ella Schreader Gracie Schultz Emily Schweigart Jessica Scincerbeaux Martina Seamans Devon Sedlack Cassidy Sehm Keira Serow Natalia Serrano Allison Shadle Elizabeth Shaffer Amelia Shanahan Scianna Shank Holland Shutter Bryce Simmons Zoey Slater Riley Smith Sophia Smith Samantha Smith McKenzie Smith Bailee Smith Sydney Smith Brooke Smith Emma Mae Sobel Mikayla Soura Taylor Spencer Moira Spiegel Stephanie Sprague Morgan Springer Liliana Springston Addison Stepien Taylor Stevens Ellie Strom Magena Stroud Hannah Sullivan Tristan Summerville Macy Swank Grace Swanson Sarah Swiatlowski Nicole Szalay Graysen Talada Emily Talda Leigha Terwilliger Katherine Theobald Acelynn Thomas Rachel Thomas

Marissa Thomas Finley Thomas Jozette Thorn Madison Thurston Teara Tigner Madelyn Titus Camryn Tolleson Stella Tomancik Brianna Tooke Jenna Torok Madison Torres Grace Towner Kaydance Tracy Amelia Trail Claire Trevasani Hannah Trevasani Hannah Trimper Hannah Turk Isabella Ungaro Alivia Vandergrift Beatrice VanRiper Leia Vansteenburgh Kaitlyn Vasey Hunt Kayla Vilord Kate Vogan Olivia Vogan Natalia Vogel Haley Vosburg Halli Wadsworth Kaylea Wagner Carly Wahl Katie Walden Allison Waldman Lucille Walker Payton Walters Valerie Wansink Maeve Ward Emily Weir Robin Weir Caitlin Weisskopf Makayla Welton Aubree Wenner Grace Wheeler Ava White Keyanna White Gretchen Whitman Yesenia Wick Jaelynn Wiggins Autumn Wildey Claire Wilkes Charlotte Williams Morgan Wilson Baylee Wilson Caitlin Wiltsey Piper Wise Katerine Wojcik Margaret Wood Rayne Wood Aleina Woodward Hailey Wright Ashley Wright Alyssa Wurtz Avery Wyatt Rhianna Yates Rylee Young Emma Yuhas Evelyn Yurkiv Alina Zavaski Rose Zema Julia Zepkowski Danica Zullo

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Girl Memberships


Program Supplies & Assistance

Your support stays local to GSNYPENN and has a direct impact on the lives of girls and adults across our Council region. Did you know a donation to our Council’s financial assistance fund helps cover the cost of favorite Girl Scout opportunities like camperships, a girl’s annual membership fee, vouchers for uniforms and patches, and travel and destinations? We are deeply appreciative of the annual support our Council receives from corporations, foundations, individuals, community chests, and the United Way. Last year, 2,731 girls who might not have had the means to join Girl Scouts had their annual membership dues paid for because of your generosity. Through your support, we also provided assistance to help 134 adult volunteers lead troops—because you cared enough to give to GSNYPENN.




Adult Volunteer Memberships

For over a century, Girl Scouts have proudly worn uniforms that identify them as members of this distinctive leadership organization. Thanks to your gifts, 333 girls applied for assistance and received items such as their Start Up Kit, Guide to Girl Scouting, tunics, sashes, and vests from our Council. Girl Scouts and camping go together like chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers! Girls make memories that last a lifetime when they attend programs at our Adventure Centers. In 2017, your donations provided 192 camperships. Just imagine all of the friendships, memories, and laughter created because you gave girls the gift of camp! If you would like to make a donation to support one or all of these opportunities, please contact Angela Smith at 315.698.9400 ext. 2020 or



Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways appreciates all the assistance from people we have received in keeping the mission alive, including those not appearing on the list. Whether you gave $5.00, your time, or donated goods or services, your support is greatly appreciated and truly makes a difference in the lives of girls across our Council.

Gold: $5,000 and up

Bronze: $1,000-$2,499

Allyn Family Foundation Benevity Community Impact Fund - a fund of American Endowment Foundation  Community Foundation for South Central New York  The Dewar Foundation  Jean E. Bice Estate Kernan and Kernan, P.C.  Law office of Michael P. DeGroat  The Observer Dispatch Operation Sunshine  The A. Lindsay and Olive B. O’Connor Foundation  Triad Foundation, Inc.  United Way of Bradford County  United Way of Broome County, Inc.  United Way of Cayuga County, Inc.  United Way of Greater Oswego County  United Way of Greater Rochester  United Way of Northern New York, Inc.  United Way of Ontario County  United Way of Schuyler County, Inc.  United Way of the Southern Tier  United Way of Tompkins County  United Way of Wayne County  WalMart Foundation

Alfred-Alfred Station Community Chest Binghamton University Foundation  Mr. & Mrs. Walter Burchan  The Cayuga Community Fund  Ms. Kathleen Coughlin & Gerhart, LLP  Mr. Charles Craig  The D.E. French Foundation  Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPA, PC  Dining Services by Sodexo  Harlow Farmer Memorial Fund  Friends of Donna Lupardo  Ms. Rose Frierman  Hardinge Anderson Evans Foundation  Ms. Karen Hegeman  Holiday Inn Binghamton  IBM Retiree Charitable Campaign  Mr. Jeff Lake  Levene Gouldin & Thompson  M&T Bank Corporation  Mr. James Matthews  Mr. Carl McLaughlin  NBT Financial Group  Mr. Dorollo Nixon  Our Lady of Lourdes Memorial Hospital  Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program  Mrs. Judy Prosser  Pyramid Brokerage Company  Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sabo  Security Mutual  Southerntier Custom Fabricators, Inc.  Troy Vets Club Home Assoc. Inc. SGOC  United Health Services Foundation  United Way of Sidney, Inc.  Verified Volunteers

Silver: $2,500-$4,999 BorgWarner Morse TEC The Community Foundation of Herkimer & Oneida Counties, Inc.  The Stanley W. Metcalf Foundation, Inc.  The Community Foundation of Elmira-Corning and the Finger Lakes, Inc.  Tioga United Way, Inc.  Verizon Foundation Volunteers  Visions Federal Credit Union

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This donor roster recognizes contributions between October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017. Every effort has been made to list donors and their contributions accurately. If you should have any corrections or questions, please contact the Executive Office at 315.698.9400, ext. 2020.


Juliette Gordon Low Society Have you made a planned gift to Girl Scouts? Through your planned giving, you are part of the Juliette Gordon Low National Society. Please let us know, so that we can honor you with this beautiful Juliette Gordon Low Society pin. If you haven’t made a planned gift yet, it’s so easy. Did you know you can leave any amount or percent of your life insurance or estate to Girl Scouts? A small bequest can make a huge difference in the future of our girls and young women. Contact JoAnne Morak at 315.698.9400 ext. 2052 or to discuss your options. 15

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

Girl Scout Promise 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 Law 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.

Impact Report // 2017  
Impact Report // 2017