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Girl Scouts Celebrates Local Leaders at 2022 Fort Worth Women of Distinction Awards

02 Jun 2022

“We are thrilled to announce this year’s Women of Distinction who exemplify our community’s diverse leaders as we raise funds for today’s Girl Scouts here in Tarrant County,” says Becky Burton, CEO of Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains. “Bringing together leaders throughout our community, including one of our own young Girl Scouts, shows that there is still so much good in this world.”

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Nominations now open for Amarillo's Women of Distinction

24 May 2022

Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains is excited to announce that nominations are open for the 2022 Amarillo Women of Distinction awards. The annual dinner and awards program, scheduled for October 27, brings together and recognizes a group of purpose-driven leaders in business, government, education, and philanthropy, who, like our girls, are dedicated to service and leadership in their community.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Vanessa Martin

22 Apr 2022

We are closing out Girl Scout Volunteer Appreciation Week with an interview with Vanessa Martin. Vanessa joined when her daughters joined Girl Scouts, in the 2nd grade and Kindergarten. She was never a Troop Leader but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t been a busy volunteer.