Community Events


Save the Date - Girl Scouts Art Auction

Date: Thursday, August 6, 2015
Time: 7pm - 9pm
Ticket Price: $25
Location: American Legion Post 143, 1138 E Poleline Ave, Post Falls, ID  

RSVP to Stephanie at smay(at)gsewni.org


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Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho is hosting an Art Auction and we’d like to showcase your work!

We’re looking for art submissions from friends of Girl Scouts and girl members. We will then choose artwork to feature at the Coeur d’Alene Street Fair on July 31 - August 2. Your artwork could be seen by more than 50,000 people!

How to Enter
Send a high quality photo of your submission to events(at)gsewni.org. Please include your name, contact information, a short biography and how your artwork encompasses our mission of building girls of courage confidence and character, who make the world a better place. All art mediums will be accepted.

Deadline to submit is Friday, June 26, 2015!

The selected pieces will be auctioned on Thursday, August 6, 2015 at a separate event. All proceeds will benefit Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.

Please Note - Your submission is an agreement to have your name and artwork used for promotional materials and to be included in the auction event.

Many thanks to our sponsor:

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Interested in becoming a sponsor? Please contact Stephanie at smay(at)gsewni.org

 


About the Girl Scouts Art Auction

Funds raised at the Girl Scouts Art Auction will support troops in that local community. This fundraising event celebrates the impact of Girl Scouting on girls and young women in your community.   

The purpose of the Girl Scouts Art Auction is to:

  • Raise awareness of the Girl Scout Program and its educational, recreational and leadership opportunities for girls
  • Raise funds to:
    1. Enhance current and incorporate new, innovative program for Girl Scouts in the area
    2. Continue our outreach for scholarships for girls to participate in activities which would otherwise not be available
    3. Continue to develop programs such as civic education and experience, career pathways and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) to help girls maximize their capabilities and prepare for their future.