Tag Archives: Hispanic Heritage Month

Si, Se Puede, Inc. Enjoys Camp Maude Eaton

As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, we want to give a shout-out to an organization that embraces Girl Scout values and celebrates Hispanic heritage. Si, Se Puede, Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to providing educational, social and economic support for low-income Lawrence youth and their families, recently held a family picnic at Camp Maude Eaton in […]

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Elena of Avalor

At Girl Scouts, we love to celebrate the diverse cultures that comprise our membership. Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 to October 15, is the perfect opportunity to take a closer look at Disney Channel’s new television series, Elena of Avalor, which “stars” the animation studio’s first Latina princess. In the series, Elena Castillo Flores saves her […]

Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight: Marcela Aldaz-Matos

For Hispanic Heritage Month, we are featuring several Latina members of Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts. Our fourth story is about Marcela Aldaz-Matos, member of GSEM’s Board of Directors.   Marcela Aldaz-Matos grew up in Colombia and has always been involved with Girl Scouts. When she was young, Colombia did not allow girls into their international scouting association. […]

Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight: Girl Scouts at Oliver Partnership School

For Hispanic Heritage Month, we have been featuring Latina members of Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts. Our final story is about Girl Scouts at the Oliver Partnership School. Girl Scouts at the Oliver Partnership School in Lawrence are having a great time learning new skills and making friends. These fourth and fifth graders enjoy selling […]