Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council Archives

Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation awards $1.6M in grants


Sprouts Farmers Market today announced that the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation will award $1.6 million to nonprofit organizations that support health- and wellness-related causes this fall. The Foundation, which launched in 2015 and distributed $1.3 million to nonprofit organizations in its first year, focuses its giving in promoting health education and nutrition, food security and… Read More →

BCBSAZ launches patch program with Girl Scouts


Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona (BCBSAZ), is working with Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus- Pine Council (GSACPC) to develop a special patch for girls that focuses on healthy living. The patch – available to all local Girl Scouts, from Daisies to Ambassadors – teaches the girls about several important aspects of wellness, including fitness, community, friendship,… Read More →

Chefs bake off in Girl Scout cookie challenge


Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council announced the return of its award-winning Girl Scout Cookie Dessert Challenge. For the second year in a row, chefs from some of the state’s most popular restaurants will use their culinary prowess to re-imagine one of the beloved flavors of Girl Scout cookies – Do-Si-Dos, Samoas Tagalongs, Thin Mints, Trefoils, and new flavor Rah… Read More →

The Business of Girl Scouts

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This will be a great year for women – and in part, you have the Girls Scouts to thank for that. Right now we have two things to celebrate: The Girl Scouts’ wrapping up another successful year of cookie sales – last day of booth sales are March 30 – and a record number of… Read More →

Other: Girl Scouts Camp Sombrero

Girl Scouts Camp Sombrero, AZRE July/August 2010
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GIRL SCOUTS CAMP SOMBRERO Developer: Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine Council General contractor: TBD Architect: Marlene Imirzian & Associates Location: 16th St. & Dobbins Rd., Phoenix Size: 37,900 SF on 14 acres The camp is currently raising funds to reach projected development costs of $14M. The Girl Scouts organization hopes to begin construction in 2012. Plans… Read More →