Local Girl Scout chosen as leader

From staff and wire reports
November 09, 2011 at 12:57 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Ekuase Ogunbor
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Ekuase Ogunbor
Four Girl Scouts from southeast Louisiana, including Destrehanís Ekuase Ogunbor, have been selected to participate in the 2011 Girl Scout Leadership Institute in Houston, Texas, this month. Ogunbor, 17, is a senior at Destrehan High School.

The Girl Scout Leadership Institute brings together girls who are recognized as leaders in their councils to connect and take action on matters that touch the future for girls and for the Girl Scout Movement. The event runs concurrently with the Girl Scouts 2011 National Council Session/52nd Convention. This yearís theme – Leadership and Innovation, the Next 100 Years – will stimulate the girls to think big. Attendees will also play a leading role in launching the Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary Take Action project: Girl Scouts Forever Green.




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