Local Casinos Support Girl Scouts
Each year Girl Scouts work hard during the annual cookie sale, which earns them funds to participate in leadership experiences. In fact, many women CEO's credit their first sales success to Girl Scout cookies.
We would like to thank the following corporations for their support through the Girl Scout Cookie Sale.
In March Station Casinos Boarding Pass members each received a box of cookies in honor of the Girl Scout 100th Birthday! The purchase of almost 60,000 boxes will help support the Girl Scout After School Program in schools across the valley.
Sam's Town Hotel and Casino
Sam's Town purchased 10,000 boxes of cookies to support Girl Scout After School Programs in the schools surrounding its establishment. Sam's Town distributed the cookies to their B Connected Player's Club members.
Silverton Hotel Casino
Silverton Hotel Casino purchased more than 400 boxes of cookies to send to the Red Horse Squadron out of gratitude for their commitment to the country.
| Join Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada and the Las Vegas 51s as they celebrate the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts on May 18 at Cashman Field. Players will take the field in Girl Scout 100th anniversary inspired green sash jerseys. Game time is 7:05 p.m.
Tickets are $10 and a commemorative patch may be purchased for an additional $2. Tickets purchased through Girl Scouts supports membership and leadership programs for girls in southern Nevada.
Local Girl Scouts will be included throughout the evening activities including the national anthem, color guard, and design of the program book cover. In addition, the Las Vegas 51s will host a tennis ball toss and jersey auction to benefit Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada. The evening will even conclude with a firework display!
|Dig This® and Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada Work Together to Recycle|
Dig This® is hosting a free family event on Earth Day, April 22 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Dig This® is a heavy equipment playground where you can climb into bulldozers and excavators to experience their power and size. Those 14 and older can even operate the machinery!
Be sure to collect recyclable items and bring them to Dig This®, on April 22. Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada will benefit from all recyclables collected.
Click here for more information on the type of materials that will be collected.
For more information on Dig This®, visit their website.
|Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane |
at the Volunteer Recognition Luncheon
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Orleans Hotel & Casino
11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Join Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada as we honor our volunteers April 21, 2012. Tickets are $20 per person and includes lunch, a commemorative patch and pin.
Alumnae and volunteer are invited to create a display board that documents their personal Girl Scout experience. Display boards must be delivered to the Girl Scout Leadership Center by the close of business on April 19, 2012. Boards must be constructed in a manner to allow easy transport to the Orleans Hotel & Casino, and must be claim board following the luncheon.
Girls in Action!
Troop 434 helps to end child hunger
Troop 434 voted to donate 10 percent of their cookie proceeds to charity. The girls were planning a volunteer shift with Three Square when they found their donation could go further with Three Square's matching funds grant. Their donation and matching funds will provide more than 1,000 meals in southern Nevada. The girls also volunteered two hours of their spring break packing more than 1,600 backpacks of food for children in southern Nevada.