Discover, connect and take action – Girl Scouts encourages girls to reach their highest potential. Through the Juliette Low Leadership Society (JLLS), we are working to reach every girl in western Oklahoma and help them become leaders of courage, confidence and character. This group shares the message of the positive influence Girl Scouts makes in the life of a girl, while garnering financial support to provide enhanced opportunities for girls. Check out the ways you can get involved with the Juliette Low Leadership Society in your community.
Metro Oklahoma City JLLS
Founded in 2005, the Oklahoma City Juliette Low Leadership Society has raised more than $3.2 million to support girls through the support of more than 200 annual members and 500 community leaders.
In 2014, Lawton-Fort Sill launched the Juliette Low Leadership Society with a celebrity-chef black tie event, An Evening with Juliette Low. More than 200 community leaders have helped raise nearly $80,000 to support Lawton-Fort Sill area Girl Scouts.
us on Saturday, July 30 at the Hilton Garden Inn & Lawton
Convention Center as we welcome the first female Executive Chef on the
Las Vegas Strip and former Girl Scout Gold Award Recipient, Susan
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We’re thinking outside the cookie cutter with the Cookies and Cocktails committee. This 21 and over evening of decadent deserts and delicious hors d’oeuvres inspired by Girl Scout Cookies is made possible thanks to the support of generous sponsors and guests. People come back year after year to sample what the creative chefs come up with.
Proceeds will benefit the Girl Award program, which supports local troops and individual girls as they discover needs in their communities, connect with teams to share their vision, and take action to make their corner of the world a better place. Additionally, proceeds will support the Gold Award Scholarship Fund. 2016 marks the 100-year celebration of the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting. This elite honor involves young women completing an elaborate seven-step process and taking on a project that solves a long-term community problem.