Girl Scout Reflections: 100 Years of Honoring Women
Saturday, April 14, 2012 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM (CDT)
The Girl Scout organization is celebrating its 100th Anniversary this year. The advent of this milestone provides a unique opportunity to reflect on the tremendous impact Girl Scouting has made for girls.
In honor of this anniversary, we are showcasing the impressive contributions Girl Scouting has made and rallying support as we bridge into the next century of serving girls.
Girl Scouts –Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas will recognize 10 women from around the state at its Reflections:100 Years of Honoring Women event to be held on Saturday, April 14th at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock.
The Women of Impact honorees are an exceptional cross-section of women who have made significant contributions to their local communities and beyond.
Among those being honored are Sue Trulock from Sherill, Ginny Shell and Dr. Sybil Jordan Hampton from Little Rock, Euba May Harris Winton and Judy McReynolds from Fort Smith, Kathy Allen from Hot Springs, Bette Matthews from Springdale, Sandy Edwards from Bentonville, Dr.Faye Cox from Jonesboro, and Dr. Cornelia Kelly Beck from Little Rock.
The Reflections event at Embassy Suites will feature Girl Scout exhibits, videos from the 100th Anniversary Oral History Project created by Girl Scouts and Alumnae in the council, music and a cash bar. The Women of Impact Honorees and keynote speaker Dr. Robyn Silverman will feature as the evening’s highlights.
Dr.Silverman is a child/teen development specialist, body image expert, sought-after speaker and award-winning writer. She has been a featured expert on The Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS Early Show, Nightline, The Tyra Show, NBC’s Lxtv, Fox News, NPR, and more.
We invite you to join in the celebration!
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Girl Scouts - Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas
Girl Scouts - Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas provides the premier leadership program for girls in 79 counties. The Diamonds Council serves all counties in Arkansas except Crittenden; Adair, LeFlore and Sequoyah counties in Oklahoma; and Cass and Bowie counties in Texas. Our outcomes-based program model empowers girls to develop life and leadership skills that they will use for the rest of their lives.
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.