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The Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore is committed to continual adaptation in order to meet and exceed the needs of its girl members.
Much has changed since the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore unveiled its regional structure back in Girls have grown; populations have shifted. The Girl Scout program has evolved.
We have adapted and evolved as well. Starting in Januarya core team of key volunteers and staff met on a regular basis to assess the council's regional model.
After an extensive, degree review, the decision was made to make several adjustments, not just to the regional map, but also to the volunteer committee structure of the organization. These changes go into effect with the Girl Scout year. The four regions established by the council are as follows.
Colonial B. Sunset Shores Region C. Shore Pines D. Since our transition to a regional structure ineach region has been managed by seven different volunteer committees. Through our review, we have been able to streamline and reduce these committees to better meet the needs of our volunteers, parents and girls.
Each committee has written descriptions of the responsibilities for committee members and chairpeople. Those descriptions can be reviewed by following the links below. Who We Are. Directions To Council Locations. Scholarships And Financial Assistance. Contact Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore.
Regional and Council Committees. The following is a summary of all changes. The following regional committees have become council-wide committees. Product Sales Recruitment Fund Raising Marketing and Communications The following regional committees will remain region-based, as they currently exist.
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