We are looking for girls ages 5-17 who can't wait to be a Girl Scout!


Join us at one of these locations in a city near you to learn more about Girl Scouting and how you can get involved:

Thursday, October 8th - 5:30pm - Parent Information Night at City Park in St. Maries, Idaho.

Tuesday, October 13th - 6pm-7:30pm - Parent Information Night at the GSEWNI Program Center in Spokane, Washington.

Tuesday, October 13th - 6:30pm - Parent Information Night at the Community Center in Lewiston, Idaho.

Thursday, October 15th - 6:30pm - Parent Information Night at the American Legion Cabin in Moscow, Idaho.


Contact Jennifer Young at jyoung(at)gsewni.org or 509-747-8091, ext. 243, with any questions.

To contact your regional Membership, Volunteer and Program (MVP) Coordinator at 1-800-827-9478

Region 1 calendar                             Marcy Mastelext. 226

Region 3 calendar                            Jennifer Youngext. 243 

Region 6 calendar                            Holly Fitzpatrickext. 223

Region 7 calendar                            Crystal Millardext. 415

Region 8 calendar                            Jodi Walter, ext. 208

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Event images on Flickr

We have gotten requests to see photos from girls and caregivers, we have uploaded images from our events to a Flickr account. To see some of the most recent ones,


Help her shine!

Girl Scout volunteers come from all walks of life; they are men, women, young professionals, retirees, college students, and more. Girl Scouts needs more volunteers so every girl has the chance to experience the positive effects of scouting. Become a volunteer today! Click Here

Spokane STEM Network

Pam Lund, our CEO, spoke with a film crew interviewing leaders in the region about STEM. Here are links for the Spokane STEM Network, Lens of STEM video presentations on U-Tube.

What is Stem?
Listen to our Spokane STEM Network Partners talk about what STEM means to them. 
Spokane STEM 

Connecting Through Stem
Girl Scouts connects with multiple partners to engage students in hands on learning opportunities.  Spokane STEM Facebook