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Portland Baby Shower Able to Help 40 Moms!
Susan Finch, Founder
Faithe, James, and members of GS Troop 41129With only one mom in attendance, she was overwhelmed with the love received. 50 People attended the event at Multnomah Presbyterian Church to support and shower a special mom with love.  Faithe was able to share her new son, James with us at the event.  We're so happy he arrived early to join us. It makes the photos so much more fun.

Women from WEO, Binky Patrol's Beaverton Chapter, Girl Scout troops from Oregon and SW Washington, Starbucks local management team and other neighbors were in attendance to show the heart of BInky Patrol by bringing gifts for moms who may be in a tough time in their lives with new babies on the way.

Another Successful Binky Drop Off Day by the Orange County, CA Gir Scouts!
Mimi Askew and Susan Finch

Girl Scout Troop 2154665-0640 Donates Binkies
Carolyn Berndt

Kids and Girl Scouts of Oregon Have Been Busy Making Binkies
Susan Finch
Troops 40905, 40223 and several others have been joined by local families, teens having parties to make binkies to be delivered to local area children and teens in need.

Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts Can Make a Difference
Susan Finch

Learn how your troop can get involved. You can also make a Silver Award, Bronze Award or Eagle Scout Award project out of Binky Patrol.

World's Biggest Baby Shower JUNE 18, 2011
Local Events will be held across the country. Check here as the list will continue to grow.

This will be a very grand baby shower!  Presents, cake, presentation.
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(pictured, Carolyn Berndt with binky recipients from Casa Teresa)

Girl Scout Troop 2305
Sue Ochoa
This troop learned new skills while making a difference!

5th Annual Orange County Girl Scout Drop-Off Day Huge Success!
Carolyn Berndt

The Binky Drop-off Day in Yorba Linda was a huge success, thanks to the Girl Scouts!

CALIFORNIA: Girl Scouts of Orange County Hope to Exceed Last Year's Drop Off Day
Every Girl Scout makes a commitment, through the Girl Scout Law, to do her best to make the world a better place. The second annual “Caring Hearts, Helping Hands” project, launched this month by the Girl Scout Council of Orange County, will unite the community service efforts of thousands of Girl Scouts who want to make Orange County a better place to live by teaming up with Binky Patrol.