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Girl Scouts council to divest Baileys Harbor property

You may not see as many Girl Scouts traveling through Baileys Harbor soon. The Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes announced on Tuesday that it was entering phase two of its long-term property plan, which includes investments, divestments, and new programmatic elements to reach Girl Scouts in its council. The council serves 10,000 girls and 5,000 volunteers across 58 northern Wisconsin and upper Michigan counties. Part of that strategy involves divesting from Camp Cuesta in Baileys Harbor and GSNWGL Communications Director Missy Brozek says Camp Cuesta’s future is unknown but knows they will use this time to learn how they can best serve the girls in Door County.

Brozek encourages families and supporters of the Girl Scouts to contact them at with their feedback about how the organization can grow and change with them. GSNWGL will also invest more money in its camps in Gwinn, Mich., and Irma, Wis., along with a new mobile unit known as Adventures on the Go. The reorganization will also create four regional scout centers, forcing the closure of its Green Bay and Schofield locations.  You can read more about Tuesday’s announcement below.

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