Volunteer Spotlight
Cheryl Martinez

As a mother of seven, teacher, Troop Leader, Roswell Service Unit Manager,  Sunday School teacher.  Cheryl Martinez is one busy woman.  Having grown up in Girl Scouting, she truly believes in its precepts and principles.  Always putting the girls first she encourages and challenges them to be the best that they can be.  That’s why she  provides them with leadership building opportunities  such as white-water rafting, spelunking in caves, mountain climbing, and riding zip lines.  Cheryl also stresses service to others as an on-going part of daily life. Quite simply, the impact Cheryl Martinez  has had in girls is evident in that they look forward to sharing all aspects of their lives with her, not just scouting.  Her example reverberates in her fellow volunteers as they are motivates to follow in her example. In any situation or circumstance, Cheryl exhibits calm leadership and steadfast dedication to Girl Scouting. 

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Council Highlights
Call for Delegates 2015
The job of a Council Delegate is vital to the Council, but it is not a difficult or long-term position. The primary responsibility of a Council Delegate is to be informed and participate in the Annual Council Meeting or Community Meetings or Girl Scout Service Unit meetings. The Annual Meeting will be held on April 25, 2015 in Odessa, TX to elect new Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest board members, National Council Delegates and to carry out other Council business.

All registered Girl Scouts adults and girls age 14 and above, are encouraged to complete a Delegate Referral Form to be selected as a Council Delegate or Alternate. Please use the Delegate Position Description for information and the Delegate Referral Form to submit referrals by Thursday, March 12, 2015.

Pathway to Girl Scout Adventure
The wait is over! Take a look at our brand new Pathway to Girl Scout Adventure for Spring and Summer of 2015. This publication is jam packed with programs and training information for you to take part in throughout the year! You will also learn about Journeys and how we integrate the Girl Scout Leadership Experience into our six program pathways.

Click here to view the guide and learn about how you can take part in Girl Scouting today!

Girl Scouts Online Registration
With the all-new online registration program from GSUSA, you can register directly with the Girl Scouts and your council with a simple, online registration form. For more information and to register, click here.
  2013 Annual Report
Are you interested in what we accomplished during 2012? This report covers programs, services, membership, and much much more during the fiscal year ended September 30, 2013.

Click Here to download our 2013 Annual Report


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