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Kristin Chenoweth Is Connected to the Girl Scout Murders of 1977

They say you can’t go home again, but Kristin Chenoweth is returning to the Oklahoma suburbs searching for closure. In a new Hulu series, titled Keeper of the Ashes: The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders, Chenoweth recounts the haunting story of a brutal summer camping trip in which three girls from the actress’ Oklahoma troop, ages eight through 10, were raped and murdered.
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Erie Girl Scout Troop on the road Friday to raise money for trip

One area Girl Scout Troop took their cookie sales on the road Friday. Girl Scout Troop 30-479 stopped by the JET 24/FOX 66 studios hoping to find a few customers. The scouts teamed up with EMTA in order to reach as many potential customers as possible. Due to delays in Girl Scout Cookie production, the […]

Sioux Falls teen earns Girl Scout award by training cadaver dog

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — A local Girl Scout has received the highest award possible, the Gold Award. Isabele Johnson received the Gold Award by completing her project, which was to train a search and rescue dog. She trained her dog, Atlanta, to be a cadaver dog and aid in law enforcement endeavors when needed.
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Local Girl Scouts earn most “prestigious award in the world”

Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (GSACPC) is pleased to award its most prestigious honor, the Gold Award, to 22 local young leaders this year. Demonstrating outstanding leadership skills while discovering sustainable solutions to local, national and global challenges, this distinguished award is earned by Girl Scouts Seniors or Ambassadors, in grades nine through twelve, who are truly making a difference.

Kristin Chenoweth's Connection to Infamous Girl Scout Murders Revealed

Kristin Chenoweth is putting on her detective hat for her new project. Entertainment Weekly reported that Chenoweth will appear in ABC News Studio's newest production, Keeper of the Ashes: The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders. As for Chenoweth's connection to the crime, in which three young Girl Scouts were murdered during a camping retreat, she was originally supposed to be on that very getaway but ended up staying home after getting sick.

Local girls receive Girl Scouts' highest honor

POCATELLO — Two Girl Scouts in Pocatello were recently honored for receiving their Gold Awards, the highest of all Girl Scout Awards, and 11 senior high schoolers were honored for graduating and still being in Girl Scouts. The two Gold Award recipients are Grace Kosmicki and Yzabella Lucero. According to Photina Haumschilt, service unit manager for Pocatello and National Delegate for Girl Scouts of Silver Sage Council, both girls are also about to graduate from high school. ...

Hardyston Girl Scout Cadettes volunteer to clean up park, community garden

Girl Scout Leader Anna-Marie Jensen, for Troop 96266, told the Advertiser that the girls have decided as a troop that they would like to improve their Hardyston community. Jensen said the girls scheduled a park clean-up in the beginning of April and met at the Hardyston Sports & Recreation Complex located on Wheatsworth Road. “The girls were armed with gloves, grabbers and a bunch of trash bags to clean up the garbage from all the fields and the playground on the complex.”

Girl Scouts of So. Illinois Recognizes Excellence

Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois celebrated the outstanding volunteers and Girl Scouts who exemplify our mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place at the first annual Recognition of Excellence ceremony. The ceremony was held on Sunday, May 15 at the DoubleTree Inn in Mt. Vernon, Illinois. Girl Scouts, volunteers, and their families from the 40-county jurisdiction gathered together to celebrate this year’s award recipients.

Girls Scout Troop Turn Cookies Into Playground Equipment

Londonderry Girl Scout Troop 58211 lead by Kelly Seichepine and Sara Clark, donated $1,000 worth of playground equipment amongst the three elementary schools. The girls earned a “Take Action” badge for a project that has a positive, lasting impact within their community. The girls wrote letters and met...

Syosset Girl Scouts plant trees at South Grove School

Fourteen 5th grade girls in South Grove School and Girl Scout Troop 3753 are currently working on their Bronze award project to benefit the community. The girls planted three Kwanzan Cherry trees in the back of South Grove school on Saturday, April 30th. Fifth graders applied and received Difference Makers youth grant from Bethpage Credit Union that allowed the troop to buy all the necessary supplies for the project. The goal of the project is helping the environment, increasing oxygen production due to proximity of the service road and making the world a better place.