HARVARD -- Parents and guardians of girls entering grades kindergarten through 12 are invited to an information and registration session Tuesday, Sept. 17, from 7-8 p.m., at Harvard Congregational Church, 5 Still River Road.
The event is free. Girls must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to attend. For more information, contact Beth Ostrosky at 800-462-9100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Girls Scout representatives will share the benefits of Girl Scouting and make registration convenient for parents/guardians. The registration fee is $25 for the entire membership year.
Girl Scouting is the ultimate leadership experience available for girls ages 5-17. Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts serves more than 12,000 girls in grades K-12 with the strong support of more than 5,000 adult volunteers in 186 towns and cities in central and western Massachusetts.
The Girl Scout program allows girls to discover the fun, friendship and power of girls together, while building their own personal leadership qualities. GSCWM offers a wide range of programs in the arts and culture, health and well-being, science, technology and engineering, life skills and the environment. GSCWM supports girls by giving them extraordinary opportunities to explore, experience and learn about their world, and helps girls recognize they are vital members of their communities.