Boy Scouts Face Renewed Push To Let Girls Join The RanksThe Boy Scouts of America have opened their ranks to gay and transgender boys. Yet a different membership dispute persists: a campaign to let girls join so they have a chance to earn the status of Eagle Scout.
Girl Scouts Celebrate 100-Year Cookie Anniversary With New VarietiesNo, it’s not a conspiracy to ruin your New Year's resolutions. But the Girl Scouts are back at it -- selling their famous cookies! It all started 100 years ago in Oklahoma when a troop decided to try and raise money by baking cookies.
8-Year-Old Transgender Boy Asked To Leave Cub Scout PackThe family of an 8-year-old New Jersey boy says he was kicked out of Cub Scouts because he is transgender.
McKinney Homeowner Builds Food Pantry In Front Of Her HouseTeri Youngdale built what she believes is McKinney's only free-standing food pantry.
North Texas Girl Scouts Make Breastfeeding Pillows For New MomsThe project was conceived and launched by the teens in attempts to earn their Silver Award, a community service recognition awarded by the Girl Scouts.
Girl Scouts Hope New Tech Can Curb Membership DropAs the Girl Scouts membership continues a sharp decline, its leaders are betting on technology to reverse the trend, including a major expansion of its year-old program enabling Girl Scout cookies to be sold via mobile apps.
When Buying Girl Scout Cookies, Location MattersWhich type of Girl Scout cookie you get all depends on where you buy them.
Girl Scout Cookies Are Here...With Some Changes!It's a sight so many of us look forward to seeing each year - Girl Scouts selling their cookies!
Girl Scouts Go Hi-Tech With 2014 Cookie SalesIt’s that time of year again -- Girl Scout Cookies go on sale this weekend. Every year, the program adds new technology to make it easier for Girl Scouts to sell cookies, and for customers to buy them.
Texans With Character: Girl Scout Troop 839Girl Scout Troop 839 went well beyond selling cookies, to create a beautiful library where needy Dallas children could learn.
Sales Of Camp Sites Throw Girl Scouts Into TurmoilIn an effort to save money, Girl Scout councils across the country are making proposals that would have been unthinkable a generation ago: selling summer camps that date back to the 1950s.
Celebrate Women's History Month 2013 In DFWWomen's History Month is celebrated by organizations, businesses and individuals nationwide in reverence of the substantial impacts that women have had on society.

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