The Raider Wire

Scouting Out Success

Jane Poe, second from the right, will always remember her days as a young woman at Girl Scout camp. “Associating with girls that shared my interests and also brought different opinions and talents to share during our meetings was so wonderful for me at that age,” Poe says. Camaraderie is just one of the skills she learned as a Girl Scout, and she still puts it to use daily.

Natalie Wilson, Features Editor

October 23, 2014

Reining the top of the charts of organizations for girls for over 102 years, Girl Scouts has led many young women in directions that would not have been possible without the sense of leadership, responsibility, and most importantly, respect that being a member teaches. Inducting girls starting at the...

The student news site of North Forsyth High School
Programs for Girls