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Publications

Girl Scout Council of Colonial Coast produces several publications that provide valuable information to girls, parents and guardians, troop leaders, volunteers, media and the general public.

CoastLine, our Council's membership newsletter, is mailed to every Girl Scout household three times per year. It includes feature articles, announcements of upcoming events and information on current Council activities.

LegacyLine, a donor directed newsletter, helping communicate how contributions are making a difference in girls' lives.

Our electronic newsletter, Enews is a monthly publication that is sent to all registered Girl Scouts who have provided an email address. Please sign up HERE to be added to this "mailing" list.

Council publications also include our program activity catalog, GO! Great Opportunities. This publication helps girls select activities that are just right for them. It is mailed twice a year, in the spring and fall.

The Summer Camp Guide, a listing of all Council sponsored camps, is produced in early spring and is sent to every registered Girl Scout. You will find detailed descriptions of resident and day camp offerings and information on the unique all-girl camp experience offered by the Girl Scouts.

Each year the Council also produces the Family Guide, a brochure that includes basic information about Girl Scouts and answers frequently asked questions by new members and their families.

 

Quick Links

2013 Annual Report

2014 Winter Coastline

2014 Winter Legacyline

Family Guide

Volunteer Booklet

ENEWS

Spring 2014 GO! Great Opportunities

2014 Summer Camp Guide 

Volunteer Connection

GSCCC Fact Sheet

GSCCC Blog


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