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  Girl Scouting is a movement….it is constantly in motion, aligning with the current needs of the girls. Input at all levels – discussion, evaluation, feedback and decision-making - empowers the membership. Girl Scouting was built upon the inter-dependence model. Just as councils operate with the national organization, service units operate with local councils. Think if you will, McDonalds. There is the national corporation that provides the menus, advertising, brand marketing, and materials for delivery to customers. The local restaurants, while independently owned and managed, adhere to a national strategy and brand plan for positioning, sales and growth. Those that engage the process will impact the outcome – the foundation of the democratic process. Aligning ideas, efforts, and desires insures focused ownership, program delivery, and financial stability. Governance is about the overall policy issues of the council. The future is determined through the visioning and strategic work of the Board of Directors with the support and feedback from the delegates representing the membership.

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