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Wells Fargo invests in Local Girl Scout Leadership Program

December 18, 2018

POCATELLO – Girl Scouts of Silver Sage Council recently was presented with a $5,000 check from Wells Fargo to support educational programs and activities that promote leadership development and financial literacy for more than 3,800 K-12 girls.

Girl Scouts of Silver Sage CEO Patricia Pyke accepted the check on behalf of the organization, along with Girl Scouts of Silver Sage Board Secretary and Wells Fargo Loan Administration Manager Leatha Thayer. Pyke also gave a presentation to Wells Fargo employees about the impact of the Girl Scouts Leadership Program and volunteer opportunities within the organization.

“I am proud to work for a company that values its community like Wells Fargo does,” said Thayer. “This investment will help fund programs to launch these amazing young women into success for their future.”

About Girl Scouts of Silver Sage: Girl Scouts of Silver Sage Council is a girl-led youth development organization that serves more than 3,800 girls throughout southern Idaho and in parts of Northern Nevada and Eastern Oregon. The council, along with a team of 2,200 local volunteers, delivers educational leadership programs that build girls of courage, confidence, and character who positively impact the communities in which they live.

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