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Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania formed on May 1, 2007 through the merger of four councils in central and northeastern Pennsylvania. Endorsed by the national realignment plan, GSHPA was among the first Girl Scout councils in the country to unite. The council brings together decades of rich Girl Scout history that:
Serves nearly 27,000 girl members, ages 5-17, in 2,423 troops
Spans 30 counties in central and northeastern Pennsylvania
Operates eight offices
Recruits nearly 12,000 adult volunteers who serve as troop leaders, mentors, board members and adult education trainers
Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania is committed to helping girls discover their potential, connect with others from diverse backgrounds and experiences, and take action to make their community better.
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