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Black Lives Matter: A Message From CEO, Ginny Marino

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"As we continue to be challenged with the social and economic impact of COVID-19, the injustices and resulting outrage across our nation reminds us that there is another virus which has too long ravaged people of color in our country ~ racism. We reel at the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, and are shocked at the deplorable behavior of Amy Cooper. We feel angry, saddened, frustrated, scared."

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RETAIL CURBSIDE PICK-UP | now available!

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Curbside Pick-Up is now available at all three Juliette's Closet Shop locations until further notice! Email your order to the shop location you would like to pick-up from and the GSCSNJ Retail Staff will contact you to schedule your pick-up for a Tuesday or Thursday!

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News

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Be Featured In The First Ever Virtual National Council Session This Fall!

04 Sep 2020

As GSUSA reimagines the first-ever virtual National Council Session, we now have ways for GSCSNJ Girl Scouts to be apart of this nation wide event!

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Kim Young | Volunteer Highlight

02 Sep 2020

"I have been a Girl Scout leader for 10 years. I truly believe that Girl Scouts offers the girls such a unique opportunity to meet friends, learn new skills, and encourages them to step out of their comfort zone to try new things. I often think about when my Ambassador troop was Daisies and just starting. From the first few meetings of them getting to learn each other's names to singing songs at the campfire, going on night hikes at Camp Inawendiwin to them now starting to talk about colleges that they will soon go too. They have shared so many unique and fun experiences through Girl Scouts, and I am so grateful to be a part of that."

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Judith Batty Named Interim CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA

10 Aug 2020

Sylvia Acevedo Leaves Lasting Legacy After a Lifetime of Service to the Girl Scouts

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Camryn W. | Gold Award Highlight

21 Jul 2020

The name of my project is “Not All In My Head,” and its purpose is to spread awareness on the importance of mental health through my blog notallinmyhead.com, which features positive coping mechanisms and personal experiences geared towards teens for managing anxiety and depression.

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Shivani T. | Gold Award Highlight

23 Jun 2020

My Girl Scout Gold Award project, “Say Cheese!” taught children, ages 3-8, about oral health. Dental hygiene is not as emphasized in the school community as general hygiene is, leaving students more susceptible to oral diseases. With my project, I aimed to raise awareness to young children in rural India as well as in the United States about the importance of proper dental hygiene to keep themselves healthy.