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Marian Corbin Aslakson - She join Daisy Low's first troop and continued spreading the enthusiasm around the world
Alma Lauxman Knox, born the year that Girl Scouting was founded - she was "always" a Girl Scout.
Ethel Harvey - began as a leader in 1931 for an African American troops at All Saints Church and went on to lead Senior girl Scout of trips around the globe and then serve as GSCNC first African American  president.
Her Story - 
Girl Scout's of GSCNC History 
A scrapbook and album of women in our Council's history that have exemplified, inspired and passed on the enthusiasim and love of Girl Scouting envisioned by Juliette Low.

(We would love to have assistance in adding the many many others whose story should be added - contact us to help. -
Jane NicoletToal  Jane Nicolette was 9 and a half years old when her mother agreed to be and assistant leader for the first Girl Scout troop at Riverdale elementary school that Fall of 1931. Jane loved everything about the troop and the Girl Scouts and thought the hardest thing was waiting until she was 10 to be able to wear the green uniform and the gold trefoil pin and then the seemingly eternity it took to turn 12 so that she could attend Camp May Flather.