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Friday News is a weekly electronic publication of the Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Its purpose is to keep the over 15,000 members spread across 6 cities and 30 counties in central Virginia abreast on all of the great opportunities and adventures for girls and adults. View archived editions here.  
Most Recent Edition:  March 6, 2015

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Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia Press Releases

March 2015 - One Million Boxes of Girl Scout Cookies Landing in Greater Richmond Monday & Tuesday

January 2015 - The Wait is Over! Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia Kick Off Cookie Season

December 2014 - Game-Changing Enhancement to Cookie Program Makes Its National Debut

September 2014 - Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia Kick Off Homecoming Celebrations in September

May 2014 - Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia Hosts the Girl Scout Leadership Institute on the Campus of Longwood University

May 2014 - King William Girl Scouts Participate in Pre Race Ceremonies NASCAR Nationwide Race

April 2014 - Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia Relocate Council Headquarters to Richmond

February 2014 - Girl Scout Cookie Deliveries Delayed Because of Weather

January 2014 - Girl Scout Cookie Craze Media Alert

January 2014 - GSCV Commits to Educating Girl Members about the Importance of Financial Literacy

November 2013 - GSCV Announces Cookie Kick-Off Event, Girl Scout Cookie Craze 2014

September 2013 - GSCV Joins Forces with the USO for the 2013/2014 Product Sales

September 2013 - GSCV Participates in Richmond's Amazing Raise

September 2013 - GSCV Begins Fall Product Sale With New Vendor Ashdon Farms/QSP

September 2013 - GSCV Will Experience Pit Road for the First Time at the Virginia529 College Savings 250 at RIR

August 2013 - GSCV Celebrate Women at the Women of Distinction Awards

July 2013 -GSUSA CEO Anna Maria Chavez Comes to GSCV

June 2013 Olympic Gold Medalist Gabby Douglas to Enlighten Girl Scouts at the Girl Scout Leadership Institute

May 2013 - GSCV CEO, Viola Baskerville Named 2013 Most Influential Woman of the Year

May 2013 - GSCV Hosts the GSLI on the Campus of VCU

May 2013 - GSCV Collect Peanut Butter for Food Bank

 

 

 

 

 

COMAR Help Page

Click here to go to the COMAR website.

Please utilize the tools below to help answer any questions you may have while using our exciting new system. If you require further assistance contact a COMAR Help Desk Operator at 804-746-0590 x 316, or send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Click here for the COMAR Quick Reference Guide.

 

Troop management tutorial video: http://ceslearning.girlscouts.org/eBizdemos/Standalones/TrpMaintenanceCoverPage.htm

 

 

 

Thank you for your interest in Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The following job opportunities are available:

 

Director of Sales - open until filled

Membership Consultant - closes Friday, April 10, 2015 at 5pm

Camp Director - Summer Position - closes Friday, April 17, 2015

 

 

 

To apply for a position, please download the GSCV Career Application here and complete the form. Please download form to your computer FIRST before entering information, then save again once completed. Paper copies will not be accepted. Please email your application, cover letter, and resume to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

The Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, disability, national origin, citizenship, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. GSCV supports affirmative action in all aspects of employment and will make reasonable accommodations for physical and mental limitations of applicants when necessary.

Imagine joining a group of individuals—each with their own unique skills and passions, but united by a common purpose. Imagine yourself at Girl Scouts!

 

We are seeking career professionals committed to making a difference. Working with Girl Scouts—an organization with a solid history and a growing future—means working to your full potential in a dynamic and diverse environment.

 

 

Put-this-on-your-calendar2015 GSCV Association Meeting Conference Calls


Wh
y attend an association meeting? Associations are part of the communication structure between volunteers, elected delegates and the board of directors. The annual meeting agenda and action items will be discussed and you will have a chance to provide feedback on policy decisions in the council.

Could not or cannot attend the meeting in your area? Feel free to join one of the following conference calls which are open to all delegates and association chairs, but will serve as the Association Meetings for the following areas:  Chickahominy, Christanna, Huguenot, Indian Rivers, Kanawha, Mattaponi, Northern Border, Rappatomac.


Conference calls will be conducted by Judy Jennings, Chair of the Membership Connection Committee.  


Conference calls
are scheduled for the following dates
:

Monday, February 16, 2015 – 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015 – 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

 

Conference call data:

Toll-free: 866-906-0123

Participant code: 4841469#

 

Questions? Contact Judy Jennings, Membership Connection Committee Chair at jenningsjf@yahoo.com.

 

Region Map and Listing

 

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Northern Region counties/cities - Red

Central Region counties/cities - Yellow

Southern Region counties/cities - Purple

Southwestern Region counties/cities - Blue

 

Regional Membership Manager Assignments  

 

GSCV Northern Region

Lancaster
Middlesex
Northumberland
Tappahannock
Warsaw
Westmoreland

 

Wendy Mataya
804-462-0322
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Caroline
Battlefields
Chancellor
Fredericksburg
Lake Anna
Massaponax

 

Bethany Feldman

804-746-0590 x367
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Aquia Creek
Brooke Point
Colonial Stafford
King George
Rivers Edge
South Stafford
Woodlands

 

Bonnie Dalton
804-746-0590 x378
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GSCV Southern Region

Colonial Heights
Greensville / Emporia
Petersburg


 

Becky Rosemond
804-746-0590 x373
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Chester
Dinwiddie
Enon
Hopewell
Prince George
Sussex
Winterpock



Leslie Cross
804-746-0590 x331
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GSCV Southwestern Region

Amelia
Brunswick
Buggs Island
Cumberland
Farmville
Lunenburg
Mecklenburg
Nottoway

 

 Vacant

GSCV Central Region

Charles City
East End
Henrico
Midtown
New Kent
Pocahontas

 

Vanessa DeMers
804-746-0590 x349
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Bensley
Manchester
South of the James
 

Vacant

Bon Air
Clover Ridge
Midlothian
Monacan
Powhatan
Swift Creek
Sycamore

 

Crystal Parker
804-746-0590 x353
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Ashland
Atlee
Beaverdam
Hanover
Mechanicsville
Royal
South Anna

 

Theresa Henderson
804-746-0590 x324
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Brookland
Laurel
Richmond West
Shady Trail
Springfield
Three Chopt
Three Rivers
Twin Rivers

Katherine Deliberto
804-746-0590 x350
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Gayton
Goochland
James River
Short Pump
Tuckahoe

Anne Gilardi
804-746-0590 x351
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One girl makes a difference; girls together are changing the world.

Girl Scouts changes the world by supporting the young women who will change it – who are already changing it:

  • Teaching self-defense to battered women in homeless shelters
  • Building after-school reading programs for girls in Tanzania
  • Providing expert testimony on cyberbullying before a congressional panel

In 2009, Girl Scout provided over 75 million hours of direct service to their communities. And this does not count time spent learning, training, traveling, or just having fun.

The contribution to society – from the local to the international level - represents 1.6 billion in girl-led projects with lasting results.

 

Our Alumnae are living proof on our impact.

For 100 years, Girl Scouts has done more than any other organization to provide leadership opportunities for girls.

At any given point in time, approximately 10 percent are Girl Scouts. Yet:

  • Eighty percent of women business owners were Girl Scouts.
  • Sixty –nine percent of female U.S. Senators were Girl Scouts.
  • Sixty-seven percent of female members of the House of Representatives were Girl Scouts.
  • Virtually evey female astronaut who has flown in space was a Girl Scout.

 America’s most accomplished women in public service, business, science, education, the arts, and community life are Girl Scout Alumnae.

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