Girl Scouts Honor "Top 100 North California Women"
Eureka, CA- Humboldt County was part of year-long celebration for Girl Scouts Of America. Today, they honored seven local women making strides in creating a greener future.
1n 1912, in the small town of Savannah, Georgia, Juliet Gordon Low sold her strand of pearls to start an organization for girls.
To build courage, confidence, character, and to make the world a better place.
To help celebrate the 100th year of Girl Scouts of America, the northern California chapter is honoring the top 100 women “greening,” the future.
Honoree Betty Chin is credited for founding Betty’s Blue Angel; a non-profit that aids homeless and disadvantaged children.
For other honorees, the future is their inspiration.
These women have made a significant impact on sustaining the environment, the economy, the community, and the arts.
With a world filled with about 3.2 million girl scouts, making smart cookies, is the mission; not just selling them.