GSKH Board of Directors
Officers
Allison Ochoa,
Chair
Don Keller,
1
st Vice Chair
Wayne Chambers,
2
nd Vice Chair
Terri Schmitz,
Secretary
Shelley Hunt,
Treasurer
Members At Large
Barbara Beran, Hays
Rebecca Chisholm, Hutchinson
Beth Eckert, Parsons
Paula Fried, Salina
Karin Gillette, Hutchinson
Betty Greer, Deerfield
Elaine Hudson, Parsons
Arnold Hudspeth, Wichita
Lucy Kollhoff, Salina
Megan Monsour, Wichita
JoanWagner, Kechi
AnneWhiting, Wichita
ACTINGCEO
Marlo Dolezal
Mission Statement:
Girl Scouting builds girls
of courage, confidence,
and character, whomake
the world a better place.
Published by Girl Scouts
of Kansas Heartland
Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland
serves more than 16,500
girls and adults in 80 Kansas
counties through its operational
headquarters inWichita, Kansas,
and regional offices in Emporia,
Garden City, Hays and Salina.
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Send story ideas, photos,
accomplishments, and comments to:
Traci Taylor,
Communications Specialist
Phone:
(316) 684-6531
Fax:
(316) 684-4141
E-mail:
Mail:
360
Lexington Rd.
Wichita, KS 67218
THE SHOUT OUT IS
ALL ABOUT YOU...
(
IT’S OK TO BRAG!)
January
Troop holds Cookie Salemeeting for girls and families.
January 25 - February 1
Pick up cookies fromTroop Leader.
A Parent Permission Formmust be completed prior to receiving cookies.
Remember to always get a signed receipt when picking up cookies.
February 1
Attend a Cookie Kickoff event in your area.
February 2
DIRECT SALE BEGINS!
Early selling is NOT allowed.
March 11
All cookiemoney due to your Troop Leader.
February 15
Troops may begin having Booth Sales.
IMPORTANT DATES
January 26
Cookie College
Junior and Cadette Girl Scouts learn how to be successful in business.
Locations include: Emporia, Hays andWichita
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