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Welcome to Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways, Inc. Press Room. We look forward to working with representatives from all types of media outlets.  We cover 26 counties in New York and Pennsylvania and have staff and volunteers ready to work with you!
If you represent a media outlet ask us about Girl Scouting—our projects, our direction, and our history. We can also arrange for interviews with our spokespeople.


Contacts for reporters
Kimberly Dunne 315-733-2391 x2114

Judith Gallagher 315-698-9400 x2315

  • National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend

    The Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways will join councils across the country this February 26 through 28 to participate in National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend 2016, celebrating all of the fun and excitement Girl Scouts have had selling cookies for nearly a century. National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend will give girls a chance to show off their cookie-selling skills by participating in booth and door-to-door sales throughout the community.

    National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend gives the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways an opportunity to highlight some of their most creative and successful cookie entrepreneurs and how their cookie earnings benefit the surrounding community. During Girl Scout Cookie season, each amazing young #cookieboss is not only selling delicious cookies; she’s also building essential life skills: goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics – the “5 Skills” of the cookie program. And the more cookies girls sell, the more money they have to invest in community service projects and learning experiences, like travel opportunities.

    “The Girl Scout Cookie Program is about more than cookies,” said Denise Stewart, Interim CEO of the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways. “It teaches girls basic business skills and instills a lifelong sense of civic responsibility that creates leaders. We have so many amazing girls doing positive things with their cookie earnings. We can’t wait for National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend and to celeb...

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  • A Gold Award Project

    Madison Mintz of Ontario wanted to make sure kids wouldn't get lost on the cross country trail at her school so she devised a plan that would help her earn the Girl Scout Gold Award!

    She worked with a Wayne Central High School technology teacher who helped her design the arrows that would be used on 30 signs at the high school's cross country practices, meets and invitationals.

    Madison says the goal of the signs was to help students of all abilities easily find their way through the trail independently, without getting lost or needing an aide.

    "I am happy about my project because I helped kids who ran this trail for cross country," Madison said.