GIRL SCOUTS SERVICE UNIT 28
Serving troops in Salem, Keizer, Falls City, Monmouth, Independence, and Dallas.
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At Girl Scouts Service Unit 28 we’re raising funds and promoting initiatives to serve the people who need them most.
We believe in taking action with urgency in order to raise public awareness about some of the most pressing issues facing today’s society.
Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference in the lives of others.
Girl Scouts Service Unit 28, believes in the power of every G.I.R.L. (Go Getter, Innovator, Risk Taker, Leader) to change the world.
"Right is right, even if no one else does it."
Juliette Gordon Low
GIRL SCOUTS SERVICE UNIT 28 AT A GLANCE
OUR SERVICE UNIT
Girl Scouts Service Unit 28 is a member of Girl Scouts of Oregon and SW Washington
WHAT IS A SERVICE UNIT?
Our council is big – 90,000 square miles BIG – so in order to give you the very best Girl Scout experience, our council is apportioned into 40 volunteer-led geographic areas called service units. The volunteers who help guide and support the activities of the service unit are called the service unit team (also referred to as the service team).
SERVICE UNIT TEAM
A service unit team is a committee of volunteers working together in a geographic area providing support to troop leaders. The team’s key responsibilities include supporting and guiding local volunteers, communicating information to troops, implementing local events, recruiting and retaining girl and adult members and promoting the mission of Girl Scouts within their community. The service unit team adds value and strength to support the entire service unit. It ensures the delivery of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to girls. A full service team includes: • SUM Service unit manager (Andrea McCausland and Sharon Kelly), who oversees and supports the work of the team.
• Communications Coordinator, (Geoff Livingood and Karen O'Connell) who supports the manager and distributes information.
• MGM Membership recruiter, (Position Open) who creates visibility for Girl Scouts in the service unit area.
• VM Volunteer mentor (Kathy Livengood), who service as the liaison for new volunteers to help make the Girl Scout experience fun, helpful and engaging.
•SUDS Service Unit Data Specialist (Karen O'Connell), who serves as the first point of contact for troop leaders and individuals regarding membership registration and renewal.
• Treasurer (Position Open), who ensures the financial health of the service unit and troops.
• Event and Travel Coordinator (Position Open) , who develops quality Girl Scout events and supports and coaches girls and volunteers as they plan and participate in events.
GEM Girl Mentor Specialist (Leignann Burnham), who helps troops reach their full potential by supporting leaders and the girls.
• SUPM Service unit product manager (Geoff Livengood), who leads and supports service unit participation in the Fall Product Program and Girl Scout Cookie Program.
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