Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont (GSCP2P) was recently awarded a $1,000 Vibrant Community Grant through the Corning Incorporated Foundation. Lane Cook, CEO of GSCP2P, accepted the check in July from Corning employee, Leah Robinson, who submitted the application on behalf of the council. Every year, 50 non-profit organizations, ranging from art organizations, colleges and … Continue reading Council Awarded Community Grant
In 2002, Susie Kernodle (a lifetime Girl Scout) and Lori Herrick volunteered to assist with a church project to repair a roof for someone who couldn’t afford a professional. They ended up being the only two who showed up to work that day. Fully expecting to be sent home since there weren't enough people there … Continue reading Women’s Roofing Group Volunteers at Camp Ginger Cascades
Congratulations Girl Scout graduates! We want to keep you connected to Girl Scouts as a Girl Scout alum! Share your post-graduation plans with Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont We want to know what’s next for you! Let us know where you’re going to college, or if you’re joining the military, or where you have accepted … Continue reading Congratulations Girl Scout Graduates!
Madeline Duvall, one of our Riding Instructors in Training (RIIT) at Circle C Equestrian Center was recently awarded a $1,000 academic scholarship from Equus, which will go toward her undergraduate studies. Duvall received the scholarship in appreciation for her volunteer service on behalf of horse welfare. Cathy Thacker, Outdoor Experience Specialist at Circle C, is … Continue reading Riding Instructor in Training Receives Academic Scholarship
While Girl Scouts is a secular organization, GSCP2P has always encouraged girls to take spiritual journeys through different faith recognitions. Girls can take initiative to grow their religious beliefs by earning the P.R.A.Y. religious awards offered by their faith communities and by earning the My Promise, My Faith pin (a GSUSA award), which helps girls strengthen the … Continue reading Girls from Across the Council Earn Religious Awards
Kendra Davis began in Girl Scouting as a Girl Scout Daisy when she was in kindergarten and has only kept moving up from there. As soon as she was old enough, she started attending summer camp at Camp Seven Springs. She fell in love with it and became a regular. After 11 years, she decided to … Continue reading From Girl Member to Camp Staff to Troop Leader
Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont, in partnership with Goodwill Industries of Central North Carolina, Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina and Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont, partnered together in their annual service project, Good Turn for Goodwill, during the month of October. The service project, which is now in its 17th year, encourages … Continue reading Girl Scout and Goodwill Partnership Promotes Giving Back