Girl Scouts leader needed

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Posted: Thursday, December 19, 2013 7:33 am

ONTARIO - Girl Scouts had a recruitment in Ontario this fall, and over 50 girls are interested in being a Girl Scout. However, organizers have been unable to find anyone willing to be a leader. You do not have to be a parent of a girl, and anyone 18 and over will qualify, pending registration and background check. Meeting days, times and frequency are flexible. Training is available, and local leaders will mentor so any adult will not feel like they are out there alone. If interested, contact the Girl Scout office in Boise at (208) 377-2011 and ask for Maricela.

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