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Girl Scouts of Ohio's Heartland was excited to be back at the Ohio State Fair this year. After a year of hiatus due to the ongoing effects of the pandemic, being back at the booth meeting face to face was refreshing. Before the pandemic, our booth was different from the one some of you may [...]
On Monday, May 16, 2022, Amy Franko, our Board Chair of Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland, was asked to speak at The House That She Built Event hosted by Hamilton Parker.
Loading vehicles with tons of cookies is no easy feat, however, it’s for a wonderful cause. We adore our servicemen and women of the United States Military, and we want to show them appreciation. So how do we do that? The Girl Scouts’ way, of course, with delicious cookies!
Girls Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland Has Been Dreaming Big Since 2019, and Now We Are Bringing Those Dreams to Life Standing on the massive grounds of our 220-acres of Camp Ken-Jockety, as rain poured down, we couldn’t help but think of our girls and their futures. We have kept a secret for four years, and [...]
Our Annual Meeting for Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland was Saturday, April 30, 2022. On this momentous day, we gathered at Mitchell Hall on the beautiful modern campus of Columbus State Community College. It provided the perfect backdrop to celebrate 110 years of service! “As a Girl Scout volunteer, you are part of an extraordinary [...]
Our Girl Scout Grow participants were busy tending their gardens this summer and they have harvested and donated produce to food banks and food pantries in their areas. One of this year’s participants, Girl Scout Cadette Roxanne, was inspired by the produce she’s grown through the program this summer and made a recipe from some [...]
Ashlyn Sweeney knew the 2019 Girl Scout Cookie Program wasn’t going to be easy for her. At the start of the program, she knew she was having surgery on Jan. 17, 2019. But she didn’t let that stop her from setting a high goal: 2,019 packages of cookies in 2019. “I knew that I was [...]