Read the council newsletter sent to GSCTX members during the week of 7 February 2017.
Looking for a wow-worthy story? Look no further...
Girl Scouts of Central Texas (GSCTX) is full of fantastic stories. On this page you will find access to some of those stories and press materials. In addition to all the ah-mazing ways our girls are making the world a better place, we also always have a spotlight to shine on our superhero volunteers, programs (STEM, Girl Scout Cookies, and camp—oh my!), and special council events. The possibilities are endless!
Share and read GSCTX news
- Have a great story to share about a girl, troop or event?
it with us here.
- Sign up for our newsletters: Tuesday's Trefoil, a weekly email that shares all the great happenings around GSCTX and/or eNews, a quarterly email that shares exciting stories about the impact Girl Scouts are having on Central Texas.
- Want to read our latest council magazine, the Trefoil Tribune? GSCTX members receive a print copy of this biannual magazine in the mail. Read our latest issue online.
Members of the media can contact:
Lolis Garcia-Baab, Director of Marketing &
Office: 1.800.733.0011 ext. 185, LolisGB@gsctx.org
Reyna Martinez, Public Relations Executive Areas 1, 2, 3
(includes Brownwood, San Angelo, Stephenville, Waco, Killeen,
Temple, and Bryan/College Station)
Office: 1.800.733.0011 ext. 161, ReynaM@gsctx.org
Taji Senior, Public Relations Executive Area 4 (greater
Office: 1.800.733.0011 ext. 136, TajiS@gsctx.org
* Not sure what area you are? Check out our county listing here.
We can’t wait to hear from you!
PRESS RELEASES & MEDIA ADVISORIES
07 Feb 2017
17 Jan 2017
Read the council newsletter sent to GSCTX members during the week of 17 January 2017.
03 Jan 2017
Read the council newsletter sent to GSCTX members during the week of 03 January 2017.
14 Dec 2016
Catch our Girl Scouts making news all over Central Texas! For news about our girls' community service, visit our community impact page.
The latest news:
- Austin American-Statesman: "Girl Scout Troop 1124 dropped off $135 worth of gift cards Saturday [to a Dripping Springs family that is struggling to rebuild after a very difficult year]. The South Austin troop of seventh- and eighth-graders have made donating to a Season for Caring family a holiday tradition since they were in kindergarten and first grade. Each year they vote on which family to adopt, and this year, it was unanimous that it would be the Kings."
More inspiring stories:
- Girl Scout Senior Ciara S. (pictured above) learned that Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Medical Center in Temple needed clothing donations, so she chose to take action. She will host a family-friendly Halloween event to collect NEW clothing for the hospital. Donated clothing will be given to children who need new clothes after visiting the emergency room. The entry fee for the event will be new clothing with tags, which will be donated to the hospital’s clothes closet. Ciara is organizing this fu...
[ Read Full Article ]
06 Dec 2016
Read the council newsletter sent to GSCTX members during the week of 06 December 2016.
21 Nov 2016
- Troop 7005, based in Waco and pictured above, stuffed shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child, an annual gift drive organized by Samaritan's Purse International Relief. The gifts are distributed to children in 100 countries across the world.
More great stories about Central Texas girl scouts making the world a better place:
- Julia G. and Jenna L. of Troop 1930 wanted to help cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy to be more comfortable, so they partnered with Texas Oncology for an impressive Silver Award project. For their project, they: sewed more than 80 "port pillows" – little pillows that attach to a seat belt to keep it from rubbing against the patient's port; held a workshop to teach younger girls how to make the pillows and created a YouTube video to spread the word; created professional tri-fold pamphlets explaining how to make the pillows, which are available at Texas Oncology; collected donations to purchase personal care items, such as lotions, chapstick, and hot tea; worked with new Daisy recruits to make get-well cards and bracelets – all of these wonderful items were arranged in pretty baskets and delivered to Texas Oncology for the patients to enjoy! After Bryker Woods Elementary School received an Urban Forest Grant from the Community Foundation, more than 100 Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts who are stu...
[ Read Full Article ]
15 Nov 2016
Read the council newsletter sent to GSCTX members during the week of 15 November 2016.
24 Oct 2016
Don't miss a thing!
- Interested in all the great programs and events happening across our council?
- Eager to know more about how our girls and volunteers are changing the world?
- What about all those important dates and deadlines?
- All this info and more inside Tuesday’s Trefoil!
If you’re a member of Girl Scouts of Central Texas, you probably already receive our biweekly email newsletter, Tuesday’s Trefoil. Every other Tuesday, at 10 am Central, we send all our most important news straight to your inbox.
The image above shows what you should see in your inbox.
Not receiving our newsletter?
- You may not be the primary contact we have listed for your household. Ask your household’s primary contact to share the newsletter with you! If you’re sure that you are that primary contact, please check your spam folder, and if you find our newsletters there, please add our email address to your contact list to avoid having our newsletters spammed in the future. If neither of the above solutions works, please contact our Customer Care team to check to make sure that we have your correct email address and that you are opted in to receive communications from us. If you want to read recent newsletters, you can find them at the bottom of our N...
[ Read Full Article ]
03 Oct 2016
Daisies: join the Science Mill on Saturday, October 8, for a special event and complete your Daisy STEM badge in one day!
Girl Scouts will engage with fun and interactive STEM exhibits throughout the museum and can earn their badge from GSCTX by completing five specific activities.
Make it a day for the whole family and explore unique science-focused exhibits, build a personalized avatar, see a 3D science film, and more. FREE with admission, which will be 50% off for scouts ($4.25).