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See what Girl Scouts in Richardson Bay are doing...

 Video/slide show from Girl Scout World Vision Day on 4/25/14:

From our older scouts who are still proud to be Girl Scouts.... 

From Claire Talkoff: A video I made in AIM based off of the poem "Where I'm From."

Where I am From

From Emma Talkoff:  An article in the Tam High Newspaper...
Samoas Don't End at Age Twelve

Daisy Scout Troop 32189 helped create this display for the Storybook Ball, a fundraiser for the Mill Valley Library.  (4/13)


Camporee Service Project:  Backpacks and school supplies for Ritter House

(collected by Pamela Becker and Troop 30628)

 "You should have seen their reaction when I dropped off all the backpacks - they were thrilled."-Pam


 Dear Pamela,

Please extend a giant Thank You to The Richardson Bay Service Unit of Girl Scouts of Northern California for the wonderful donation of 16 backpacks and the accompanying school supplies. I will be saving these items for our annual Back to School Program in mid August. The donations provided by the Girl Scouts will go towards helping 200 school kids receive the needed items for school that they may otherwise not of been able to obtain.

Many thanks to you Pamela for coordinating and delivering the donations!

Warm Regards,


 Shaun Marshall

Services and Volunteer Coordinator

Ritter Center

ph: 415-457-8182 ext. 109

fx: 415-457-7471

16 Ritter Street

P.O. Box 3517

San Rafael, CA 94912


 Troop 31825 collects shoes for families in Guatemala

For this year’s service project, our Girl Scout troop decided to collect gently used kids’ sneakers, soccer cleats, and shoes, as well as new school supplies, to donate to Mayan Families, an organization in Guatemala that serves mostly indigenous families in need.  If your group is casting about for a service project, please consider collecting for the children served by Mayan Families. Find a list of desired supplies on the Mayan Families website.

Check the Mayan Families website for information on which shipping companies to use, or how to join the Mayan Families Connection Yahoo group that sends large containers.

For more details on their service project check out...