Topic: Girl Scouts
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville’s Naomi Jones, 11, took home top honors when she was crowned Miss Tennessee Preteen National Teenager 2014 at Stewarts Creek High School on March 29th in Smyrna, Tennessee.
Representatives from across the state came to compete in the TN National Teenager Scholarship Pageant to showcase their achievements and accolades, and share over $30,000 in scholarship money and prizes.
Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee Donate More Than 27,000 Packages of Cookies to Fort Campbell Soldiers
“We are excited to show our appreciation to our local service men and women through this cookie donation,” said Cathy Ratliff, Director of Product Programs at Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee. “About half of the cookies donated will be shipped to local soldiers deployed overseas and the rest will be distributed on base.”
Golden Pond, KY – Woodlands Nature Station, at Land Between The Lakes (LBL) National Recreation Area, will host Girl Scout’s Day on March 29th, ongoing from 10:00am-3:00pm.
Events and information will be geared towards helping Girl Scouts of different levels work towards earning achievement awards.
The fundraiser will take place at Beachaven Vineyards & Winery on May 20th from 5:00pm–7:00pm and is for adults 21 and over. Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan and Montgomery County Mayor Carolyn Bowers are honorary co-chairs. «Read the rest of this article»
Girl Scout Cookies arrive in conjunction with National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend
Montgomery County, TN – Girl Scout Cookies will arrive in Montgomery County on February 8th as Girl Scouts celebrate National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend – a celebration of the world’s largest girl-led business.
The Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee will celebrate with the arrival of Girl Scout Cookies at their “Cookie Delivery” event. «Read the rest of this article»
Annual tradition evolved from local service project in Oklahoma to invaluable business and economic literacy program for girls
Nashville, TN – Every year, Girl Scouts exercise and hone their business skills to sell approximately 200 million boxes of Girl Scout Cookies.
To achieve this extraordinary level of accomplishment, many girls design business cards, posters, newsletters and press kits to support their cookie program goals; they even make formal presentations to local businesses such as banks and local retailers.
The Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee (GSMT) will sell Girl Scout Cookies from January 1st – March 2nd. This is the twelfth year that GSMT will sell cookies for $3.50 a package.
The US Capitol Christmas Tree and Other Forerunners to the National (Community) Christmas Tree
Washington, D.C. – December 24th, 1913 saw the first community Christmas celebration in Washington, D.C. The Christmas tree and related pageantry occurred on the East Plaza of the US Capitol on Christmas Eve. It was meant as a celebration for all of Washington, rich and poor, young and old, although a special emphasis was placed on the children.1
The forty-five minute program, replete with angel figures in white robes, nativity tableaux, carols, and Boy Scouts waving American flags, was modeled largely on community celebrations in other cities.
Cunningham, TN – On Saturday, July 27th, the Central Civitan Club held the 105th Annual Lone Oak Picnic from 9:00am to 3:00pm at the Central Civitan Building located on Alonzo Place in Southern Montgomery County. By 11:00am, the parking area was overflowing with cars and trucks of those in attendance.
“This morning it was threatening rain, but the sun came out and we have a beautiful day for the event,” stated Central Civitan officer Larry Pitts.
Cunningham, TN – The 105th annual Lone Oak Picnic will be held Saturday, July 27th, 2013, from 9:00am to 3:00pm at the Central Civitan Building.
The Lone Oak Picnic features old time BBQ, political speeches, gospel and bluegrass music, inflatables, and a car show.
The Lone Oak Picnic is a tradition dating back to 1908, and the Central Civitan Club is proud to host this wholesome, fun, community and family event. All are welcome to attend.
Clarksville, TN – Hilltop Supermarket held their 18th Annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, March 30th. The event kicked off at 11:00am with activities such as inflatables, face painting, cupcake decorating and more.
The Cunningham Volunteer Fire Department was selling hotdogs, hamburgers, etc. Homestead BBQ & More from Hopkinsville, KY came to the event and was selling their award winning barbeque. Central Pizza was also there giving away free slices.
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