The Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana has a new leader.
Terry Terrell is the new CEO of the group, which serves over 2,000 troops of girls ages five to 17.
There are about 3,000 young girls and 700 adult volunteers in our area Girl Scouts.
But it's not all about troops and selling cookies, though.
Girl Scouts also offers in-school programs including a partnership with Girls Inc.
"Girl Scouting is a phenomenal way to encourage self-esteem, reinforce value and to really help girls and young women," Terrell explained.
A luncheon was held at Mariah's on Aug. 16 to introduce Terrell to the community.
If you'd like information on getting your daughter involved in Girl Scouts, call 842-8138.
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