Indiana girl scouts page at the StatehouseSTATEHOUSE- State Representative Tom Saunders (R-Lewisville) hosted four Girl Scout pages Monday as a part of the Indiana House Page day.
“Participating in the page program is a great opportunity for any student wanting a first-hand look into our state government,” said Rep. Saunders. “It makes sense the Girl Scouts would want to take advantage of the occasion. The Girl Scouts is such an important organization for the development of our young Hoosier women, and I’m glad they’re here for the day.”
As pages, the Girl Scouts got to assist their own representative, talk to them about their position, and oversee session. The girls from Rep. Saunder’s district were Samantha May, Ngan Nguyen, Gwen Mathis and Samantha Alspaugh.
Girl Scouts all over the country develop their leadership potential through activities that enable them to discover their values, skills and the world around them connect with others in a multicultural environment and take action to make a difference in the world.
Since its beginning in 1912, Girl Scouting has influenced the lives of more than 50 million American women who have participated in the organization in their youth.