In June the Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont Council of the Girl Scouts of the USA have decided to sell several of their eight camps. The council’s CEO says that the eight camps are more than they need and too expensive to run. The council says they aren’t having financial problems, but that the sites are underutilized. It also states “Other councils are similarly assessing their property and resources after a realignment through Girl Scouts of the USA, which has gone from 313 councils to 112 through mergers, said Michelle Tompkins, media manager for the national group.” Read more articles at:
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