World Thinking Day 2010

Girl Scouts celebrating World Thinking Day

The Herald Dispatch, 19 February 2010- The Girls Scouts of the Black Diamond Council will celebrate World Thinking Day on Feb. 22, with globally themed activities, games and service projects to honor their sister Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in other countries. Read the full article…

Girl Scouts celebrate ‘World Thinking Day’

Daily Times online, 19 February 2010- Girls in Girl Scouts of Black Diamond Council will celebrate "World Thinking Day" on Monday, with globally themed activities, games and service projects to honor their sister Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in other countries. Read the full article…

Girl Scout World Thinking Day

NBC 29, 20 February 2010 -The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library helped sponsor a Girl Scout World Thinking Day Saturday in Staunton. Girl Scouts from Augusta County went to Stuart Hall School to learn about sustainability. The girls planted tomato seeds and made posters to raise awareness about world hunger. Read the full article…

Girl Scouts learn about other countries while celebrating World Thinking Day 2010

Stargazette.com, 20 February 2010 - Namaste" is a common greeting in India. The first 13 American states came from England's colonies. In Spain, soccer is a popular sport, but it's called "futbol." Girl Scouts in the Elmira area shared these and other facts Saturday afternoon during their World Thinking Day 2010 celebration at First Presbyterian Church in West Elmira. Read the full article…

Girl Scouts honor World Thinking Day

Timescall.com, 21 February 2010 - About 400 people gathered Saturday at the Twin Peaks Mall for the “Longmont Parade of Nations,” put on by local Girl Scouts. The event is part of a statewide celebration of World Thinking Day, an annual salute to Girl Scouts and Girl Guides around the world. Read the full article…

Guam Girl Scouts celebrate World Thinking Day

Kuam News, 20 February 2010 -There was a parade of nations at the University of Guam Field House today as the Guam Girl Scouts participated in their annual World Thinking Day.  More than 600 girls from various troops on the island participated in the event that teaches them about other countries and cultures. Read the full article…

Flying the flag for Guiding in movement’s centenary year

The voice of Plymouth, The Herald, 22 February 2010 -Hundreds of girls yesterday took part in a sunrise ceremony on Plymouth Hoe to celebrate the diversity of guiding. Rainbows, Brownies and Girl Guides were marking World Thinking Day – when 10 million Girl Guides around the world think of their sister groups in other countries. Read the full article…

Guides and Brownies take to the airwaves

Swindon Advertiser, 22 February 2010 - Guides and Brownies have taken to the airwaves to make contact with children across the world. The Ist Highworth Guides and Ist Highworth Brownies celebrated Thinking Day on the air, at the village hall, in Blunsdon, on Saturday. Read the full article…

World Thinking Day

Shakopee Valley News, 22 February 2010 - Shakopee Girl Scouts celebrated World Thinking Day with a trip around the world Friday. Troops set up booths from different countries to demonstrate what Girl Scouts do around the world. Faith Carrabon and Rachel Heintz of Troop 25094 play with a steel drum from Trinidad. Read the full article…

Girl Scouts: A day just for thinking

Daily News, 23 February 2010 - Just imagine if you could spend part of a day just thinking of new ideas and places and people. That's what Girl Scouts did Saturday at the Estherville United Methodist Church when they held Thinking Day. Read the full article…

World Thinking Day 2010

Savannah Morning news, 22 February 2010 - Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia’s Thinking Day is all about food this year.  Troops and families can come and tour the world in just a few hours!  Girls will receive a “passport” which will be stamped at each “country” as you travel around the globe. Read the full article…

Girl Scouts thinking of others

The News-Herald, 20 February 2010 - Area Girl Scouts spent Thursday night thinking about how far girls have come in this world. Read the full article…

DIMS Girl Guides, Scouts mark World Thinking Day

The Peninsula, 24 February 2010 - The ‘World Thinking Day’ was celebrated on February 22 at Doha Modern Indian School (DMIS) with a difference. The theme for World Thinking Day 2010 is girls worldwide say “together we can end extreme poverty and hunger.” Read the full article…

Scouting for Leadership, Guiding to success

100 Mile Free Press, 23 February 2010 - Scouts and Guides have been busy beavers for decades and this past year was no different. South Cariboo Scouts group commissioner Jim Price says there are currently 20 local youths involved in Scouts, Cubs and Beavers. Read the full article…

Guides mark their big day

Isle of Wight, County Press online, 24 February 2010 - A Centenary girlguiding event was held at the Minster Church of Sts Thomas, Newport, to celebrate World Thinking Day. Read the full article…

Guides celebrate Thinking Day

Weston and Somerset Mercury, 23 February 2010 - World Thinking Day was celebrated by girl guides across North Somerset this week. The event was held to encourage members of the organisation to think of their sister groups in other countries. Read the full article…

Area girl Scout troops participate in Thinking Day

Pineandlakes.com, 24 February 2010 - Eight area Girl Scout troops from Pequot Lakes, Crosslake and Pine River-Backus participated in Thinking Day 2010 on Saturday, Feb. 20, at the Pequot Lakes American Legion. Read the full article…

Once again Girl Scouts will be collecting food for Harvest for the hungry

Avenue News, 26 February 2010 - While many Marylanders are facing new and greater challenges due to the economic factors impacting our state and the nation, there is a population—more than 456,000—within our state whose circumstances are dire. Read the full article…

Scouts celebrate Thinking Day

Crestline Courier-News, 26 February 2010 - What do you get when you mix together 135 Girl Scouts, 28 troop leaders and many other volunteers inside the multi-purpose room at Mary Putnam Henck Intermediate School? You get a lot of noise and excitement at World Thinking Day, an annual Girl Scout event. Read the full article…