THE VIEW FROM MY WINDOW Girl Scout Writers - Part Two
This is the second post of my third and fourth grade Girl Scout troops writing contributions. I have not made any corrections. The girls had five different writing assignments to earn their badge. ... Posted on 3/20/13 at 12:39 PM
WORTHINGTON — Like any good saleswoman, Ashley Hoefker is well-versed in her product line. She can rattle off all the varieties of Girl Scout cookies and give a succinct description of each one.
“When you’re younger, you have the cuteness factor going for you,” said Ashley, the daughter of Kenneth and Ellen Hoefker of Worthington, explaining that as she got older it was more important to be knowledgeable of her product and incorporate other sales tactics.
On Saturday, October 13th, 11 K-5th graders from local Worthington Girl Scout troops got together to participate in the Centennial day of Service (CDOS), the largest environmental service project in River Valleys’ Girl Scouting history.
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